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1,853 cybercrime reports for ’16 in Arkansas, FBI says

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Arkansas was the source of at least 1,853 reports of Internet crime last year, with cyberattacks ranging from personal data breaches to government impersonation to extortion, according to the FBI. The reports account for a small percentage of the nearly 300,000 online crimes the FBI tallied nationwide in 2016, but…

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Hacked: How Business Is Fighting Back Against the Explosion in Cybercrime

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Business is under assault from cybercriminals like never before, and the cost to companies is exploding. Here’s what you need to know about safeguarding your digital assets. 1. Under attack In the summer of 2015, several of New York’s most prestigious and trusted corporate law firms, including Cravath Swaine &…

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Stiff laws key in keeping cybercrime in check

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Stiff laws key in keeping cybercrime in check

Technology and a policy of having isolated networks have been relied on heavily to ensure cyber security. Little has been said about the role of the individual in this matter. The attitude of users is one of the most significant obstacles to achieving fully secure systems. Users prefer to purchase…

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Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act to tackle increasing scale and transnational nature of cybercrime

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 Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has introduced the Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity (Amendment) for First Reading in Parliament on Thursday (9 March) … View full post on Become007.com

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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No rewards for cyber security as cybercrime defenders have hands tied by red tape

A new report by Intel Security has revealed that there is a significant gap between strategy and implementation of cyber security measures, allowing hackers to beat the defenders and capitalise on their malicious actions. The report shows three key areas … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures hacker proof, #hackerproof

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AI fights cybercrime as IBM Watson learns the language of cyber security

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AI fights cybercrime as IBM Watson learns the language of cyber security

IBM Watson, Big Blue’s artificial intelligence (AI) platform, keeps on learning with the smart platform now well versed in cyber security. Watson for Cyber Security can now help security analysts parse thousands of natural language research reports which were previously …

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Parental Controls: Preventing Kid from Being Target of Cybercrime

Extreme hype and popularity of social networking sites have made them the most attractive target for cybercriminals. The use of Facebook, Twitter, and a lot more social media is increasing drastically and so is their likelihood of being attacked by cyber crimes. The “I know all” attitude of our kids could lead them to serious troubles. All of us must use parental controls to protect our kids from becoming victims of such crimes because they can’t secure themselves alone.

Facebook the prime target

Facebook is the most prominent and most user-friendly social networking platform that is why it is the prime target for online crimes.

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What is spearphishing? How to stay safe online from this effective cybercrime technique

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What is spearphishing? How to stay safe online from this effective cybercrime technique

Hackers, spammers and cybercriminals have a multitude of methods they can use to infiltrate computer systems, steal data, plant malware or compromise your personal information. One of the most long-standing tactics is targeting ‘phishing’, also known as spearphishing.
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South Florida’s high cybercrime rate requires strategic response

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South Florida’s high cybercrime rate requires strategic response

With the public disclosure that hackers gained access to 1 billion Yahoo user accounts and increasing evidence of Russia’s involvement in hacking aspects of the U.S. election, the public has heightened concerns that cybercrime is undermining public safety and national

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