The Department of Justice announced today federal criminal charges against 47 defendants for their alleged roles in a $250 million fraud scheme that exploited a federally-funded child nutrition program during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I’ve often said that it’s not a matter of if your organization will experience an incident, but when, and preparedness is crucial to ensuring that your company can recover fully.
California Central Valley fruit broker Ralph Hackett pleaded guilty August 9 to aiding and abetting mail fraud and agreed to pay $650,000 in criminal restitution for helping another individual submit a fraudulent crop insurance claim for table grapes.
Modern cybercriminals are as sophisticated as ever, but they’re no different than any other criminal in one way: they relish an easy victim.
A former executive at Driscoll's, Inc. Watsonville, CA, was sentenced to federal prison for embezzling millions from the company.