Latvia's Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) has published a digital currency fraud warning because crypto-fraud is on the rise in Latvia.
U.S Attorney General William P. Bar has just announced that the Cyber-Digital Task Force has published the "Cryptocurrency: An Enforcement Framework" report
The U.S. agency is looking to hire a lawyer with expertise in "dark web and cryptocurrency international computer hacking and intellectual property."
US government agencies publish a report on how far the country will go to steal digital currencies, commit theft.
The nChain chief scientist explores the moral issues around civil disobedience, and the role of Bitcoin in opposing the current power structures of the Internet.
Finland is carrying out drills as it braces itself for cryptocurrency ransomware attacks on its institutions.
The notorious North Korean outfit has established a fake crypto firm whose GitHub code contains malware, for the second time.
Cybercrime is apparently alive and well in Ukraine, as an individual has been utilizing his own websites as a means to rake in illegal cryptocurrency revenue.
Going by the name of “Courvoisier” online, Grant West allegedly concocted a series of cybercrimes directed at more than 100 companies between July and December 2015.
Authorities in Spain have arrested the leader of a cybercrime group behind the Carbanak and Cobalt malware attacks, which targeted over 100 financial institutions around the world.