Description
An Antioch, Tennessee, woman was sentenced to six years in prison for wire fraud and aggravated identity theft, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Departments Tax Division and U.S. Attorney Donald Q. Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Comments
Order by: 
Per page:
 
  • There are no comments yet
   Comment Record a video comment
 
 
 
     
Related Feed Entries
The recent rash of cryptojacking attacks has hit a Tesla database that contained potentially sensitive information.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
50 minutes ago · From Wired - Emerging technologies News
Good afternoon. I want to thank President Trump for hosting usand, indeed, for being here. In the history of this award, it has been a very rare privilege to have the President present it in person. I think that his being here just shows this administrations love and support for our first responders.Source: Justice News - Cyber-crime
an hour ago · From Justice News - Cyber-crime
After this weekend, everything is different.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
A group of Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges is reportedly uniting to form a new self-regulatory body in the wake of the recent Coincheck hack.Source: Coin Desk - Digital currency
2 hours ago · From Coin Desk - Digital currency
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the creation of the Justice Departments Cyber-Digital Task Force, which will canvass the many ways that the Department is combatting the global cyber threat, and will also identify how federal law enforcement can more effectively accomplish its mission in this vital and evolving area.Source: Justice News - Cyber-crime
2 hours ago · From Justice News - Cyber-crime
Rate
0 votes
Info
Michael Blair
Time is your GREATEST asset
29.01.2018 (29.01.2018)
6 Views
0 Subscribers
Recommend
Tags