Latest Computer crime Stories
NEW YORK, Aug. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York City Alliance of InfraGard is proud to partner with Coalfire Systems, a leading IT audit and compliance firm, to host a one-day Cyber Defense Summit on September 14, 2011 in lower Manhattan.
Officials at the US Department of Homeland Security are warning that cybercriminals could create clones of offshoots of the Stuxnet computer worm and attack American power plants, water treatment facilities, and other key parts of the infrastructure.
The hacker group Anonymous has released gigabytes of secret documents stolen from an Italian cybercrime unit.
WASHINGTON, July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), a non-profit public-private partnership focused on cybersecurity awareness and education for all digital citizens, today announced that Keith Gordon, senior vice president for online and mobile channels at Bank of America, has joined its board of directors. In his role at Bank of America, Gordon develops authentication and security strategies in addition to product development for its online and...
Law enforcement officials from the US and Romania have teamed up to arrest more than 100 people in what is being called a year-old effort to curb online fraud schemes.
The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) has been set up to fight against cybercriminals on a global scale.
The FBI and police agencies in seven other countries have seized computers and servers from which a â€œscarewareâ€ scheme was being operated.
Intended for the computer-literate (non-programmer, non-IT staff) home and small business User, the new book provides a source of "how-to" basic techniques for making personal computers resistant to cyber attack. (PRWEB) June 12, 2011 Intended for the computer-literate (non-programmer, non-IT staff) home and small business User, the book provides a source of "how-to" basic techniques for making personal computers resistant to cyber attack. Sample topic discussed within "Is Your Computer...
A new initiative was launched on Monday by the White House designed to tighten global defenses against computer attacks and instill US values such as freedom of expression that require international cooperation to ensure an open and secure Internet.
With the rise of the Internet has come internet-based crimes, from child pornography to internet fraud to copyright crimes. The Chetson Firm, a Raleigh criminal law firm, warns that this presents unique challenges to police, and to lawyers.
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