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Why a shadowy hacking crime group called Lazarus may have launched a mass ransomware attack

more information on sonyhack from leading cyber security expertsSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The shadowy organization believed to be behind the world’s largest ransomware attack may represent a new cyberwar front to the escalating tensions between North Korea and the West. But it may just be about cold, hard cash. In the days after an unnamed organization unleashed a […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Cyber Crime Fears Drive Up Demand for Anti-Hacker Insurance

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans For companies and organizations, an attack by hackers can inflict financial losses, corporate embarrassment and legal action. For insurers jumping into the …

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Dallas Federal Cyber-Crime Lawyers Says Romance Scams, The Latest Internet Crime

Compared to traditional criminals, cyber-criminals are typically much more difficult to catch. From hacking to sexual exploitation, cyber-criminals commit their crimes behind the anonymity and relative safety of a computer screen. However, law enforcement is catching up to cyber-criminals. You can now report internet scams and other types of internet crimes directly to the FBI through its Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). As Texas federal internet crimes lawyers, we are always monitoring developments in the area of cyber-crime. Read More….

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Swedish Authorities Accuse Migrant Crime Whistleblower Cop of ‘Hacking’ Police Computers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Peter Springare, the police officer who posted on Facebook his frustrations on the levels of migrant crime in Sweden, is now being investigated by authorities who claim he “hacked” into police computers. The allegations against Springare come just after he …

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Ex-high school teacher sentenced to probation for sex crime against student

A former high school teacher will spend a year on probation but no time behind bars after having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

Aaron Clark, 37, was sentenced Monday to 364 days in jail, all of it suspended, by Superior Court Justice Robert Murray in Waldo County Superior Court. Clark taught math at Mount View High School in Thorndike prior to his arrest in June.

“I’m sorry about what this has done to her,” Clark said of the victim as he addressed the judge during the sentencing. “I never wanted anything but the best for her.”

His victim, who sat in the back of the courtroom flanked by advocates, put her head in her hands and cried as Clark began to speak.

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NY announces recommendations to protect against cyber crime

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NY announces recommendations to protect against cyber crime

A host of New York State government agencies today announced important tips consumers and businesses can follow to protect their online privacy and information from unscrupulous scammers. These helpful steps and reminders from the Department of State, Office of Information …

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Cyber Crime Training Law Enforcement – Seminar

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Cyber Crime Training Law Enforcement – Seminar

Course description Law Enforcement Agents receive training every year from other law enforcement officers and outside consultants. In our technology driven world, technology is ever-changing and therefore is the driving force of the content of this course. For this reason …

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Wave of cybersecurity breaches is no surprise to expert exposing online crime

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Wave of cybersecurity breaches is no surprise to expert exposing online crime

Brian Krebs does not use heroin, but sometimes people send it to him anyway. The 43-year-old Alabama native writes Krebs on Security, a one-man operation focused on digital crime. His encyclopedic knowledge of the subject and his network of contacts

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Cyber Crime Training Law Enforcement

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Cyber Crime Training Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement Agents receive training every year from other law enforcement officers and outside consultants. In our technology driven world, technology is ever-changing and therefore is the driving force of the content of this course. For this reason our course

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Public yawns at threat of cyber crime

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Public yawns at threat of cyber crime

The seemingly inpenetrable National Security Agency was hacked recently. So was the Democratial National Committee, and voter registration offices in Illinois and Arizona.
Hackers also stole customer data from some of the nation’s top hoteliers, including Hyatt and Marriott.
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