Target, Neiman Marcus, Michaels and the University of Maryland. They’re all major retailers and institutions hit by hackers.
Congress is looking at new ways to keep your personal credit card information safe after recent high-profile security breaches at some of America’s top retailers.
The number of Maryland victims in the Target credit card breach could be in the hundreds of thousands. That staggering estimate from the attorney general’s office comes as Target reaches out to top prosecutors nationwide.
Prince George’s County police say thieves made illegal charges with a credit card a deputy chief had just gotten after the old card was compromised at Target.
A husband and wife are charged in Montgomery County with stealing a woman’s wallet at a grocery store and racking up a $1,600 credit card bill.
Two suspects are behind bars in Anne Arundel County–charged with theft and credit card fraud.
A gang of computer hackers are busted for stealing the credit card numbers of 160 million Americans. Seventeen major corporations were hacked, including a number of companies here in Maryland.
Police say two suspects are working together to pick pockets at grocery stores in Anne Arundel County.
Authorities in Maryland are looking for a group of teens who they say used a woman’s missing credit card to buy movie tickets, then took pictures of themselves with the card at a photo booth.
Facebook helps lead to the arrests of two suspects wanted for theft and major credit card fraud in Howard County.
Chief Justice John Roberts has been a victim of credit card fraud.
Chances are you know someone affected by identity theft. Now, the problem is rapidly growing among children.