Some big hacks made headlines in 2014…so what’s in store for cybercrime this year? Experts warn that hackers are getting more sophisticated and predict they’ll go after even bigger targets in 2015.
A few wrong computer clicks could land you in trouble this holiday shopping season.
When technology allows people to control and intimidate others, or even harass them, it can be devastating. That’s why experts are warning about a growing form of domestic violence called “digital stalking.”
Some of the nation’s largest retailers are teaming up in hopes of preventing cyber-crime.
Federal prosecutors have charged 14 South Florida with a scheme which proves you don’t need a gun and a mask to rob a bank. They claim the people arrested in this scheme used computers, personal information, and bank transfers to suck money from victims to criminals at the speed of electrons.
The federal government says Florida is number two in the nation for identity theft complaints. Now a CBS4 I-Team investigation has uncovered a new trend among thieves, involving your kids and grandkids.