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Learning From One of the Most Successful Industry Verticals — Cybercrime

Learning From One of the Most Successful Industry Verticals — Cybercrime | Tech | Scoop.it
“ It’s a strange and interesting time for the IT sector. Technological advancements are driving productivity for organizations of all sizes and industry verticals. IT is dominating both mind and mark...”
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Smartphone cybercrime on the rise - report

Smartphone cybercrime on the rise - report | Tech | Scoop.it
“ A low mobile security uptake rate means that Kiwi are easy targets for cyber criminals. (Smartphone cybercrime on the rise - report - TVNZ: Smartphone cybercrime on the rise - reportTVNZAccording to ...”
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What the *hack* is going on? Cybercrime explained [Infographic]

What the *hack* is going on? Cybercrime explained [Infographic] | Tech | Scoop.it

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Learning From One of the Most Successful Industry Verticals — Cybercrime

Learning From One of the Most Successful Industry Verticals — Cybercrime | Tech | Scoop.it
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IT-sikkerhet - SAS lagret ukryptert kredittkortinfo - tu.no/it

IT-sikkerhet - SAS lagret ukryptert kredittkortinfo - tu.no/it | Tech | Scoop.it
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Coming Soon: The Cybercrime of Things | The Atlantic

Coming Soon: The Cybercrime of Things | The Atlantic | Tech | Scoop.it
Once everything in your house contains a computer, everything in your house can be hacked. Recent work by security researchers indicates that one of the problems with having a "smart" home is that some day, it might be smart enough to attack you. The essence of the forthcoming "internet of things" is that everything we own, from our refrigerators and egg cartons to our cars and thermostats, will some day be outfitted with internet-connected sensors and control systems, allowing all our possessions, and ultimately all of our civic infrastructure, to communicate with each other and be controlled remotely The potential security implications of this future are fairly obvious: Imagine if the same hackers that are stealing our credit card numbers suddenly had the ability to take over or at least monitor just about every device in reach. But to date, thinking through the specifics has been tricky. Here, then, is a handy guide to the basic vulnerabilities we'll be adding to our lives once we have connected all of our worldly goods to the internet of things ...
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Mail from the (Velvet) Cybercrime Underground — Krebs on Security

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Cybercrime-friendly underground traffic exchange helps facilitate fraudulent and malicious activity

Cybercrime-friendly underground traffic exchange helps facilitate fraudulent and malicious activity | Tech | Scoop.it
“ By Dancho Danchev Throughout the last couple of years, the persistent demand for geolocated traffic coming from both legitimate traffic exchanges or purely malicious ones -- think traffic acquisiti...”
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