California is the top target in the U.S. for international criminal enterprises that operate from safe havens in Eastern Europe, Africa and China, according to a report released Thursday.
A Temecula college student Monday was sentenced to 18 months in jail for hacking the computers of Miss Teen USA and other women as part of a scam to obtain nude photos.
A cheating scandal has led to the expulsion of 11 high school students in Orange County.
The Newport Beach Police Department Thursday announced it has identified a person of interest in the alleged hacking of at least one computer at Corona Del Mar High School.
Federal investigators are looking into what is being called an “extensive” security breach involving Target stores nationwide.
A Newport Beach high school is being rocked by allegations that at least two students and a tutor hacked into a computer to change grades.
Authorities say a Temecula man will plead guilty to hacking the computers of Miss Teen USA and other women as part of a scam to obtain nude photos.
The three major credit bureaus say hackers who have posted credit reports on stars and government officials in recent days did not breach secure databases but relied on personal information they collected elsewhere on the public figures.
A Florida man was sentenced Monday to 10 years in federal prison after being charged with hacking into the email accounts of Scarlett Johansson and other Hollywood stars.
The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously approved a resolution supporting a bill allowing police officers to keep their personal information confidential and inaccessible to the public.
Online retailer Zappos announced late Sunday that criminal hackers broke into its systems and had access to personal information on potentially more than 24 million customer accounts.
Hundreds of protesters swarmed outside Fox Studios on Friday as the company’s shareholders held their first meeting in the wake of a highly-publicized phone hacking scandal.
An award-winning journalist who covered Hollywood for the now-defunct “News of the World” was arrested in London on Thursday on phone hacking allegations.
Several raids occurred in Los Angeles Tuesday morning as part of an investigation into a computer hacking group called “Anonymous,” FBI sources confirmed to CBS 2.
News International announced Thursday it is shutting down the News of the World, the best-selling tabloid at the center of Britain’s phone hacking scandal.