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160 million bank card numbers stolen from corporate networks
Five charged in one of the largest credit card fraud heists in US history.
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Jailed Gonzalez epitomised the new, rough-and-ready breed of hacker angling for small businesses.
Apr 20 2011 12:48PM
TJX hacker Gonzalez asks for withdrawl of guilty plea
"I was a Secret Service informant," says infamous hacker Albert Gonzalez.
Apr 12 2011 10:47AM
Judge grants TJX hacker sentencing delay over health
Gonzalez may suffer from Asperger's syndrome.
Dec 18 2009 3:31PM
Hacker to plead guilty to Heartland breach
Faces up to 25 years in jail.
Dec 10 2009 11:36AM
TJX ringleader pleads guilty
One of the leaders of an international ring of credit card thieves on Friday pleaded guilty to multiple federal charges, including conspiracy, computer fraud, access device fraud and identity theft.
Sep 15 2009 12:00PM
TJX hacker gets 30-year prison sentence
A Ukrainian man, one of the orchestrator's of the monster TJX breach, has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in Turkey.
Jan 9 2009 10:48AM
New Yorker charged with providing "sniffer" trojan for TJX hack
The trojan used to "sniff" the credit card information of millions of TJX shoppers was provided by a 25-year-old New York man, who has been charged with conspiracy.
Nov 5 2008 9:45AM
Second TJX hacker pleads guilty
A Miami man pleaded guilty this week for his involvement in the wireless-enabled data heists at TJX and a number of other well-known retailers.
Sep 24 2008 9:56AM
TJX hacker pleads guilty as charged
Damon Patrick Toey has become the first person to be brought to justice in the hacking of TJX, which is one of the biggest cases of its kind.
Sep 15 2008 11:37AM
BT: Sloppy identity verification 'must make firms liable'
Organisations that hold personal data should be made liable for fraudulent transactions, say BT security experts.
Aug 8 2008 11:06AM
The implications of cybercrime's biggest ever bust
Recent arrests in the hacking of nine U.S. retailers and Countrywide Home Loans is just the tip of the iceberg of what's to come, according to experts in the security industry.
Aug 7 2008 9:59AM
Ring responsible for TJX mega-breach, eight others, busted
US Federal authorities have busted the criminal ring responsible for the largest hacking and identity theft case in history.
Aug 6 2008 9:57AM
TJX settles with MasterCard for US$24 million
Discount retailer TJX, parent of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, has agreed to a US$24 million settlement with MasterCard over a security breach that left tens of millions of credit card accounts at risk to identity theft.
Apr 4 2008 10:03AM
TJX customers to claim eligibility for breach settlement
TJX has begun distributing claims forms to customers whose information may have been compromised in the retail chain's massive data breach.
Mar 5 2008 10:28AM
TJX reports soaring profits one year after breach disclosure
TJX on Wednesday reported a 47 percent spike in quarterly profits, aided by a reduction in the reserve that was created to pay for costs associated with last year's reported data breach.
Feb 21 2008 9:52AM
TJX agrees to US$41 million settlement with Visa
Embattled retailer TJX Companies - the parent of TJ Maxx, Marshalls and other well-known outlets - has agreed to a nearly US$41 million settlement with Visa.
Dec 3 2007 10:14AM
Visa fines TJX credit card processor
Visa has doled out some US$880,000 in fines to a Cincinnati-based acquiring bank that retail chain TJX contracted with to process most of its credit card transactions.
Oct 30 2007 3:11PM
Banks: TJX lost twice as much data as reported
A group of New England banking associations contended in a court filing Tuesday that hackers stole 94 million account numbers when they infiltrated the databases of clothing retailer TJX, the Boston Globe reported today.
Oct 26 2007 9:40AM
TJX settles data breach lawsuits
TJX, owner of the TK Maxx brand, has agreed to settle a series of class-action lawsuits stemming from a huge data breach in 2005.
Sep 27 2007 11:57AM
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