The IRS recently released security tips that individuals and businesses should consider when filing important tax information online.
2015 was a big year for cybercriminals. Here's a look at eight of the biggest hacks from the past 11 months and what we can learn from them.
Tax refund fraud is catching the attention of cybercriminals, who are committing identity theft to claim a piece of this billion-dollar industry.
News of an IRS data theft reveals that 100,000 tax returns were stolen using "Get Transcript," prompting $50 million in fraudulent refunds.
Stolen identity tax fraud is a growing problem in the United States as criminals steal victims' PII and file returns on behalf of them.
Americans filing taxes online should avoid doing so over public Wi-Fi networks so they aren't the next victims of cybercriminal activity.
The IRS has warned that cybercriminals are using bogus emails and voicemail messages in a spear phishing scam to steal personal information at tax time.