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The rise of digital organized crime and the cybercops.

The rise of digital organized crime and the cybercops.

While ransomware is a rising threat, it’s child’s play compared to what’s coming. We will see the rise of digital organized crime and the need for as many digital cops as…

Five cybersecurity resources that spooks relies on.

Five cybersecurity resources that spooks relies on.

Bob Flores, former CTO with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the US, and now managing partner for Cognito Corp, has shared some key insights around data security in Australian…

Ransomware and Computers under siege.

Ransomware and Computers under siege.

There’s so much doom and gloom in the security industry because of ransomware. And yet, occasional success stories inspire us to fight back. READ ARTICLE HERE RANSOMWARE IS MALWARE that…

Brazil: Cybercrime in 2015.

Brazil: Cybercrime in 2015.

Short News by Victor Björgan .- Brazilian cybercriminals mostly operate on the surface web via public forums and apps, largely due to the cybercriminals’ disregard for law enforcement and law…

U.S. Senate passed Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act – CISA bill.

U.S. Senate passed Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act – CISA bill.

Senate votes in favor of bill critics including Edward Snowden say will allow the government to collect sensitive personal data unchecked. Robyn Greene of the New America Foundation characterized the…

ID theft hit 18 million people, 7% of U.S. population last year targeting bank acc and credit cards.

ID theft hit 18 million people, 7% of U.S. population last year  targeting bank acc and credit cards.

Almost 18 million people were victims of identity theft in the United States last year, with the majority of crimes targeting credit cards and bank accounts, the Department of Justice…

Washington DC: hub for cyber security technology companies.

Washington DC: hub for cyber security technology companies.

Many U.S. companies  wants to buy  software that fortifies their networks and fends off hackers from cyber-attacks like those that afflicted  big-name businesses, including Target, JPMorgan Chase, Home Depot, Citigroup and…

To fight crime, more U.S. law enforcement agencies are using undercover agents.

To fight crime, more U.S. law enforcement agencies are using undercover agents.

The U.S. federal government has expanded the use of undercover operations in recent years, with officers from at least 40 federal agencies posing as  welfare recipients, business people, doctors, political…

Hackers can attack Satcom´s and planes.

Hackers can attack Satcom´s and planes.

Speaking at the Black Hat cyber security conference in Las Vegas, analyst Ruben Santamarta of IOActive presented a much anticipated paper showing that SATCOM´s and communications devices from Harris, Hughes, Cobham,…

Attn developers, DHS launched SWAMP to test security in software.

Attn developers, DHS launched SWAMP to test security in software.

A new online environment to help developers and researchers test their software for security weaknesses and vulnerabilities – and improve them – is open for business, the U.S. Homeland Security…

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