03/25/2008 - Terrorist innovations and problems with domestic and international cooperation and coordination have hurt the U.S. government's ability to stop terrorists from getting the money they need to carry out attacks.
02/29/2008 - The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has required one brokerage house to pay $12.5 million for lying about the destruction of millions of e-mails relating to an arbitration hearing.
12/12/2007 - Virtually everyone in the stock market in 2001 and 2002 was blindsided by the Internet bubble and various corporate frauds. How did it happen? Who is to blame? For insightful, authoritative answers, a good place to turn is to Harvard Business School Professor D. Quinn Mills's book .
12/10/2007 - For almost two years, Zachary Keith Hill collected dozens of credit card and bank account numbers, which he milked for more than $47,000. After a joint investigation by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission, Hill agreed this spring to plead guilty to the phishing scam in which he sent e-mails to AOL customers purporting to be from an "AOL Billing Specialist." The messages directed customers to a realistic Web site where unwary visitors were asked for credit card, bank account, and password information. Hill is now awaiting sentencing, which could include as much as 15 years of jail time.
12/04/2007 - When an e-mail arrives from your bank asking for personal information, it's only natural to suspect a scam. A quick check of a Web page from MailFrontier, a company offering protection against spam and scams, might help confirm your suspicions. The company has compiled a number of advisories and statistics, and a host of common phishing scams, and a Scam of the Week. @ Check out the "E-mail Threat Info Center" via SM Online