Four arrested in UK over scam Microsoft calls
Scammers would call victims pretending to be from Microsoft IT support
NHS IT director and tech vendor jailed for corrupt contracts
NHS's Peter Lewis took bribes in exchange for lucrative IT contracts
IT admin fleeced Expedia for $330k in insider trading scam
Support technician admits using network credentials to access execs' confidential files
Toshiba faces $60m accounting scandal fine
Penalty comes as shareholders file lawsuit against company and ex-chiefs
US lottery security head 'fixed results'
Eddie Raymond Tipton allegedly hacked into the draw's computer to ensure he won the jackpot
Police knock 2,000 counterfeit good sites offline
City of London Police's IP enforcement unit hails latest work to shut down sites selling fake goods
UK Government declares 1/2 of Britons cybercrime victims
Despite this, only a third actually report offences to the authorities, government research finds
High Court instructs ISPs to block counterfeit sites
Virgin Media, BT, EE, BSkyB and TalkTalk have all been directed to block access to the sites selling fake goods
Transport select committee warns drivers of fake websites
MPs are calling for the government to advise motorists of the damage using fake websites to sign up for services like tax can do
Google to pay back $19 million over kids ‘ in-app purchases
Search giant settles with FTC over unfair bills to parents
25 fake government websites closed down
Five people have been arrested for running fake scam websites, imitating government services
Law enforcers shut down nearly 200 fake goods sites
Europol, City of London Police and US law enforcers lead charge against websites selling counterfeit goods.
War on counterfeit goods websites sees new milestone reached
More than 2,500 counterfeit goods websites were closed before World Intellectual Property Day
Microsoft shuts down a $2.7m a month click fraud botnet
Botnet suspected to originate in Russia was using 2 million machines.
UK police take down 90 websites selling fake goods
Cross-party effort sees sites selling counterfeit goods shutdown in pre-Christmas blitz.
Credit card and debit card details are being stored
Companies are unwittingly storing payment information, leaving them open to fraud, Ground Labs claims.
Olympus and former executives plead guilty to fraud
Former senior management figures admit their role in one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals.
Ex-Lloyds Bank online security chief admits fraud
Jessica Harper pleads guilty to £2.4 million fraud and could face up to 10 years in prison.
Trusteer flags up Facebook malware scam
Security software vendor uncovers malware aimed at charity-minded Facebook users.
European CyberCrime Centre set to tackle online fraud
The specialised unit at The Hague will be a hub for co-operation between member states.
PCeU shuts down 2,000 fraudulent sites
On the run up to Christmas, the PCeU cuts off 2,000 fraudulent websites.
Data transparency backfires as councils lose £7 million
The Government's drive for transparency has given fraudsters a helping hand in duping councils out of their money.
Online bank fraud down, phone scams up
Technology remains a key tool for fraudsters, with traditional phone tricks rising sharply.