U.S. Cybercrime Statistics for 2018: California Expected to Report the Most Losses in U.S. Due to Cyber Attacks

U.S. Cybercrime Statistics

Cybercrime is the fastest growing criminal activity affecting most people every year in the U.S. Cybercrimes like credit card fraud, e-mail hacking, identity theft, ransomware, and account stealing are common these days. Every year, the U.S. spends billions of dollars to combat cybercrime, but still, the severity of U.S. cyber attacks is increasing day by (more…)

Gun Thefts on the Rise, Fuels Violent Crime Across the U.S.

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While the gun debate rages on in the U.S. following a number of high-profile mass shootings in 2017, another issue is often overlooked: gun theft. Across the nation, gun theft is fueling violent crime and leading to deadly shootings, according to a new report from The Trace and more than a dozen NBC TV stations. (more…)

School Hacks On the Rise: Hackers Stealing Student Data, Employee Pays

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American School Districts Losing Money to School Hacks Credit card and social security numbers are not the only private information targeted by hackers. It turns out that the personal data of thousands of American students is also vulnerable to cyber attacks. Cyber attacks on American school districts have significantly increased this year. More than three dozen schools (more…)

Hackers Hit SEC, Traded on Non-Public Information Ahead of Investors

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Investor Confidence Shaken as America Faces Constant Cyber Attacks American investors are just finding out that they were left disadvantaged last year while criminals traded on corporate information before it was made public. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently revealed that its internal database of corporate filings was hacked last year.