Tuesday, November 10, 2015

DOJ reveals in new indictment that hacking schemes were 'breathtaking in size and scope' targeted 12 companies, obtained data on 100 million

"Expanding charges in a case against two Israeli men and a U.S. citizen, a federal prosecutor on Tuesday unsealed a superseding indictment (PDF) and accused them of playing a role in a sprawling years-long series of hacking schemes that stole personal data for 100 million people and targeted as many as a dozen companies"  More.

Originally posted in ABA Journal News, Nov. 10, 2015 by Martha Neil.

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