Site Map - Cybercrime

The Cost of Cybercrime

- Take a look at the cost of cybercrime by type of attack.

LulzSec Hackers Get a Lesson in CYA

- A proxy service LulzSec hackers used hoping to hide their IP addresses may ultimately become the undoing of the group.

Hacker: Logging Out Of Facebook Is Not Enough

- A hacker says on his blog that he's found proof that Facebook tracks users while they're logged out. A Facebook rep fires back in the comments section.

Morning Security Brief: LulzSec Hacker Busted, Other Uses For 3D Printers, APD Scraps WiFi Surveillance Plan, and More

- Another member of LulzSec is caught, only two remain at large. 3D printing technology lauded for good is already being used for crime. The Austin Police Department kills a plan to log unsecured WiFi networks.

Breach Insurance Gains Steam

- Companies can mitigate losses from cyberattacks and other data breaches by purchasing cyber insurance, but they should evaluate policies carefully.

Looking Ahead: Technology and Threats

- Security Management's Matthew Harwood interviews futurist Marc Goodman.

Advanced Persistent Threats A Main Concern After ‘Year of the Hack’

- A cybersecurity survey shows companies are having difficulty adapting to the evolving threat landscape.

Cyber Attacks: Protecting National Infrastructure

- What sets this effort apart is that it offers a comprehensive list of local enterprise-level suggestions and reme­­dies as well as a plan that is scalable to protect national-level infrastructure.

The Lure of Spearphishing

- Behind the numbers of a typical spearphishing campaign.

$00.000025: The Going Rate On The Black Market For Your Email Address

- McAfee's most recent quartely report says spammers are buying email addresses for cheap.

Looking Ahead: Technology and Threats

- Security Management's Matthew Harwood interviews futurist Marc Goodman.    

Cyberattack Reveals Weak Password Policies of Law Enforcement Agencies

- AntiSec’s latest hack shows law enforcement agencies need stronger password policies.

Morning Security Brief: Overdose Calls, Drones that Eavesdrop, Internet Data Retention, and More

- New York offers immunity to people who call 911 for overdose victims. A drone that can pretend to be your cell phone carrier. Government agencies to recruit at Defcon. And more.

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