Eight people – including a former bank teller — have been charged with participating in an identity theft ring that used account information stolen from TD Bank customers.
On this Black Friday, not everyone is braving the crowds at the mall. Many are getting their deals online.
As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan reminds us, taking a few simple steps before, during and after your trip can protect your personal and financial information from identity thieves.
The password for an iTunes account can get a cyberthief $8, according to one computer security expert.
The Montgomery County district attorney’s office is currently investigating at least two calls that were made to county residents in which the caller, identifying himself as a member of the sheriff’s office, demands the answerer’s Social Security number, date of birth, and address.
Four Russian nationals and a Ukrainian have been charged with running a sophisticated hacking organization that over seven years penetrated computer networks of more than a dozen major American and international corporations.
There are laws that govern not just what you do with the information on your computer system, but also with how you dispose of it.
We are continuing to learn more details about Brenda Heist’s life in Florida.
“Disconnect” is a loop of three interconnected stories, with the common denominator being electronic communications.
In the first year, the operation — known as “Operation Facial Scrub” — has yielded 38 criminal prosecutions and more than 600 potential cases.
A consumer advocacy attorney from Ambler, Pa. has some advice for local college students who may have had their personal information breached in a recent incident.
The District Attorney’s Office and Philadelphia Police Department want to remind shoppers and employees to be safe during the holiday shopping season.
The Federal Trade Commission estimates that as many as 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year.
The Internal Revenue Service has agreed to allow local police and prosecutors access to tax information to go after those who are perpetrating tax return fraud.
The feds say more than one million people filed complaints about identity theft in 2011 — many of them, falling victim online. Here’s a look at some of the latest high-tech scams and how to keep them at bay.