Credit Card Security


Data Hack at Univ. of Hawaii Affects 53,000

More than 53,000 people, who did business with the
University of Hawaii at Manoa parking office’s data base from 1998-2009,
are being notified by mail that they may be affected by a computer
security breach. Read the full article. [Honolulu Star Advertiser]

Feds Admit Not Doing Enough in ID Theft

An internal review has found that the Justice Department has not done enough to fight identity theft, the fastest-growing crime in the country. Justice Department Inspector General Glenn Fine says in a report that the department is falling short in efforts to combat identity theft, and that the issue has faded as a priority over the past two years. Read the full article. [Forbes]

Malaysian Hacker Will Be Extradited to U.S.

A Thai court has approved the extradition to the U.S. of a Malaysian
man allegedly involved in hacking credit card information, causing
massive losses for victims in the U.S. Read the full article. [Computerworld]

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