Mediha Medy Salkicevic of Illinois pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to terrorists.
David Russell Levick of Australia received 24 months in prison on four counts of violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.
James Hill of Philadelphia was convicted at trial of one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Two Men Found Guilty in International Cyber-Fraud Scheme Involving Online Dating and Business Email Compromises
Olufolajimi Abegunde, a citizen of Nigeria, and Javier Luis Ramos-Alonso, a citizen of Mexico, were convicted on charges in an international cyber fraud scheme.
Eduardo Fernando Villanueva Aranguena of California received 50 months in prison for stealing identities and using them to open accounts at Birmingham-based bank.
The FBI is looking for Marysol Pena, who is wanted for her involvement in a drug trafficking organization that operated in New Mexico as well as other states.
Kimberly Kitts, an Orleans investment adviser, received 87 months in prison for defrauding her clients of more than $3 million and using for her own expenses.
Modern public-key encryption is currently good enough to meet enterprise requirements, according to experts. Most cyberattacks target different parts of the security stack these days – unwary users in particular. Yet this stalwart building block of present-day computing is about to be eroded by the advent of quantum computing within the next decade, according to
Bishap Mittal of Charlotte, North Carolina, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to access a protected computer, for his role in an international tech support scam.