Avon and Somerset Police just secured a conviction against a UK-based cybercriminal busted with data from 9000 skimmed ATM cards.
If you've ever wondered whether skimming makes much money for the crooks, that detail alone should settle the matter...
Last year we wrote about a bomb-hoax crime, and a criminal, that perplexed Sydneysiders, and attracted world coverage.
The suspect is off to prison for at least 10 years, thanks to the cyberinvestigative willingness of the NSW Police.
A Seattle hacking triumvirate has received a collective quarter-century behind bars.
With a combination of wardriving and malware implantation, they made off with $3m plundered from company accounts - including straight from the payroll.
Despite the cross-border challenges of prosecuting cybercrime, the cops sometimes do get their man - or men.
We think it's worth reminding you when this happens.
An Australian hacker from the New South Wales country town of Orange has been sent to prison for two-and-a-half years.
David Cecil, who went under the handle 'Evil', was arrested a year ago following a six-month investigation.
Recently published on Microsoft's Technet Blogs site, you will find an unassumingly erudite, if lawyerly, posting.
You probably want to read it.