This past week it was revealed that cybercriminals had heisted more than a million dollars from the popular online marketplace StubHub. For those unfamiliar, StubHub is a subsidiary of eBay, that provides services for buyers and sellers of tickets for sports, concerts, theater and other live entertainment events. While the news about the attack is new, the actual activity took place in March of 2013 and behind-the-scenes the investigation has been pursued by national and international law enforcement. Total damage…over $1 million in fraudulent purchases from approximately 1,600 StubHub users. What lessons can readers learn? How can you protect your accounts—both corporate and personal?