Russian carder convicted of hacking 2.9M credit cards
The son of a Russian member of parliament allied with the Kremlin has been convicted of credit card hacking crimes worth more than $169 million, according to the Justice Department and media reports.
GSA pushes out microchip-enabled charge cards
The General Services Administration will begin rolling out microchip-enabled bank cards to federal employees this month in compliance with the president's October executive order on improving consumer security.
How to boost credit card security? Kantara’s Brennan weighs in
With the holiday buying season in full swing, the White House is aiming to improve the somewhat deficient credit card security standards in the United States.