The US Justice Department indicted 36 people in a cyber-ring created by a Ukrainian national on identity theft trafficking charges.
The personal identifiable information (PII) of infants, including Social Security numbers, were recently found advertised for sale on the dark web, providing criminals with a clean credit history.
Estonia on Friday blocked the certificates of 760,000 national ID cards in response to a cryptographic vulnerability that researchers have discovered is even more dangerous than originally reported.
Keeper Security has released research on the dark web which shows how much hackers make from different credentials.
The most prolific users of mobile and social technology, making up 7.7 percent of the UK population, accounted for 23 percent of all ID fraud victims in 2015.
Across Europe, children do not receive an equal level of protection from the adverse effects of online marketing due to different marketing regulations to children between countries and parents' different models of oversight of their kids' online activities.
A massive breach has hit kid's toy company, Vtech, and the details of millions of parents, and children, have been stolen.
The North Yorkshire Police has launched a campaign to run throughout October as online incidents are on the rise in the county.
The SC Magazine UK roundtable convened with several industry experts to talk about the issues surround identity and access management
New forms of lending are increasingly under threat from cyber-attacks according to a new report from ThreatMetrix. As forms of financing and borrowing change, so the habits of identity stealing cyber-criminals seem to change with them.
Gemalto has released results of the latest Breach Level Index (BLI) report that looks at the state of global breaches for the first six months of 2015.