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  • Texas AG Ken Paxton indicted for securities fraud
    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton indicted on 3 charges
    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) was indicted on three counts in Collin County, Monday, August 3. The state’s “top cop” turned himself in at the county jail late Monday where he was booked on two indictments of securities...
  • Secretary of State White kicks-off new investment campaign
    Secretary of State White kicks-off new investment campaign
    Last year Illinois courts ordered over $33 million in repayments to victims of investment fraud in more than 400 cases handled by the Secretary of State’s Securities Department. Today, Secretary of State Jesse White announced the kick-off of...
  • FBI
    FBI uses social media to catch securities fraud
    FBI agents are actively combing Facebook and Twitter for potential securities fraud. Two of the top agents are in charge of the investigation. April Brooks, a New York field office agent and David Chaves, a supervisory agent, who both agree it is...
  • conference
    Professional events for 2012
    Below is a listing of events in the Northern Virginia (NoVA), Maryland, and Washington, DC area. To learn more about these events, feel free to check out Cyber Security ConferenceFEBRUARY BlackHat DC (Twitter: ...
  • organized crime
    Wall Street: Home to the White Collar Mafia?
    A number of trades were placed on the futures market some for as much as a billion dollars. People make trades all the time and some are quite sizable. It was the nature of the trades that caught the attention of the SEC. The trade was that the US...
  • Weapons store in Swat area of Pakistan, controlled by Taliban forces
    Is there evidence of the US actually supplying the enemy?
    There are rumors on the winds in Afghanistan that funding for the Taliban is funneled from the US government At this point, just a rumor. are a...
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