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Details Released About the Largest Hacking and Data Breach Case Ever Prosecuted in the United States

A recently unsealed indictment from the U.S. Attorney’s offices details the charges of four Russian fraudsters and one Ukrainian about their involvement in hacking and data breaches starting back in 2005 that compromised over 160 million credit cards. The hackers have ties to Albert Gonzalez who was charged in 2010 for his involvement with the

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As Consumers Use Debit Cards More and Checks Less, Fraudsters Adjust Accordingly

In recent years consumers have been using their debit cards more often while relying less on paper checks, meanwhile fraud rates on these billing instruments rise and fall with consumer use, but at different rates. Read More

 
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Only Use Your ATM PIN at the ATM or You’ll Pay the Price

Many credit and debit cards boast zero fraud liability but there are fundamental differences in the legal obligations of issuers to cover fraud losses between credit cards and debit cards. Additionally, zero fraud liability may only apply to signature-based debit transactions for certain card brands – so using your debit card with the PIN at

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