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Teen’s sexual assault spree was fueled by dating app: cops

An Alaska teen was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting 10 victims, some of whom he met on a dating app, officials said. Jim Persey, 19, was slapped with 24 felony charges including 13 counts of sexual assault in the first degree, according to the Anchorage District Attorney’s Office. The alleged assaults began in 2014, when Persey was 16-years-old, with women between the ages of 15 and 20. Anchorage police arrested Persey in April 2016 after two women reported him for sexual assault. Read More….

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On Limitless, Everybody’s Robotic Arms Go on a Crime Spree

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

On Limitless, Everybody’s Robotic Arms Go on a Crime Spree

On this week’s Limitless, all the fancy robotic arms in New York get hacked to commit crimes. The episode’s title? “Arm-ageddon.” I love this show. It all starts with a flashback to Boyle’s old war buddy getting a futuristic new arm that’s got incredible dexterity and even has precise touch sensors. Fast forward to present day, and the arm suddenly strangles his wife! Meanwhile around town, all the other patients else with the same model of prosthesis has seen the arm spring to life to wreak all kinds of evil deeds, from chopping off fingers in kitchens to shredding priceless works of art. Why are these arms attacking people, with minds of their own? Brian (and NZT) to the rescue! This week’s episode basically becomes Emerging Technology Theatre, with Brian discovering a whole section of the bureau devoted to engineers brewing up Bond-grade gadgets, with Brian telling the lead technologist, “You’re basically Q. You’re the real-life Q!” His name is “Quincy, actually,” the dude responds. I said I love this show, right? So to catch the arm hacker, Brian uses NZT to become a hacker himself. (“Did you hack the New York Stock Exchange…?” is a sentence that escapes Rebecca’s […]

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Prescott man and woman accused in credit card fraud spree arrested in Oregon

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A man and a woman, both of whom were on probation in previous cases, were arrested in Portland, Oregon, and charged with crimes including credit card fraud and forgery in Yavapai County, a Prescott police spokeswoman said. Johnnie E. Applegate, 33, is accused of using multiple cards for fraudulent purchases, including ones believed to be counterfeit or stolen. Applegate ‘s probation was revoked and Superior Court Judge Tina Ainley issued a warrant for his arrest. He’s alleged to have stayed at several Prescott motels and hotels, each time paying with one of several stolen or counterfeit credit or debit cards he would offer until one was accepted, according to a police report. In one case, he’s alleged to have stayed at Motel 6, where police found handwritten records of credit card numbers, notepads from other area motels, and “a bag of items from Hot Topic that appeared to be recently purchased (on a credit card) along with a receipt … the number on the receipt was found to have been used fraudulently at Hot Topic,” a police report said. With Applegate was Danielle Detmer, 26. She was on probation as well, and it’s been revoked and an arrest warrant issued […]

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Cybersecurity Rising Star Endgame Is on a Hiring Spree

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

 Powered by Max Banner Ads Emblematic of the U.S. government’s recent focus on cybersecurity, EndGame is both one of DC’s primary contractors and a rising star nationally. Arlington Va.-based Endgame is a private, cyber intelligence and analytics company that has raised $85.9 million over the last five years with big plans set for 2015. “The company plans on expanding at a rate of one new employee per week in 2015,” Endgame CEO Nathaniel Fick told DC Inno in an interview. “There is a macro convergence occurring between similar cyberthreats aimed at governments and contemporary commercial enterprise,” Fick said. “It will be an issue of particular concern for our team.” In 2014, the Pentagon’s cybersecurity budget was $4.7 billion, a $1 billion increase over the previous year, and 2015 is expected to follow this trend. From a cybersecurity standpoint, the primary threat to large businesses used to be generic malware (such as botnets and brute-force attacks). While they were a pain, they rarely cut deep enough to jeopardize a company’s lifeline. Today, that threat and its perpetrators have evolved greatly. What Endgame does is provide cyber security and intelligence software to large enterprises. Fick declined to comment on exact revenue figures but said […]

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