A new training session seeks to create “domain expertise” for cryptocurrency related crimes.
A man has been arrested in the Netherlands for allegedly scamming investors out of over $2.2 million in a fake bitcoin mining scheme.
An 18-year-old Japanese youth has been sent to prosecutors in the country’s first ever trial involving cryptocurrency cyber-theft.
Cryptocurrencies seized by Belgian law enforcement from online drug dealers are set to be sold off by an Ireland-based auction house.
An investigation by Europol and other police agencies has led to the arrest of a British suspect allegedly behind a spate of crypto thefts.
New Zealand Police says the investigation into the hack of crypto exchange Cryptopia is complex and it’s keeping an “open mind” on all possibilities.
The U.S. government has confirmed the existence of bomb threat emails that demand bitcoin from organizations and suggested steps to take.
Police in Tokyo have arrested eight men alleged to have run a cryptocurrency pyramid scheme that amassed about $68.70 million.
A 23-year-old woman from Sydney, Australia, has been arrested over the alleged theft of XRP worth over $300,000 at the time.
Users of the WEX exchange have begun filing police reports after more than three months of being unable to withdraw major cryptocurrencies or fiat.
Japan’s top police agency is to fund development of new software aimed to help track individuals behind illicit crypto transactions.
A bomb threat was sent on Saturday to Kryptovault, a Norwegian cryptocurrency mining company, for disturbing the peace.
Bitcoin developer and Casa wallet engineer Jameson Lopp recounts his 2017 swatting, and his fight to find his harasser.
A British county police force has become the first in the country to have successfully seized and sold bitcoins obtained in a criminal case.
China’s Ministry of Public Security has developed a blockchain system aimed to more securely store evidence collected during police investigations.
Police in the Indian city of Vizag have ordered hotels to deploy a new blockchain security solution.
Around $6.2 million-worth of cryptocurrency was hacked from exchange accounts and wallet services in 2017, Japan’s National Police Agency says.
Misused office equipment gets IT staff in trouble.
China’s police force isn’t just focusing on domestic crypto activities, they’re eyeing overseas exchange platforms as well, according to reports.
Japan’s police agency has said hundreds of cases of suspected money laundering were reported from domestic cryptocurrency exchanges in 2017.