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The FTC has made major moves this year in its fight against cyber crime, and if enterprises and organizations aren’t careful, they may be facing a team of the agency’s investigators.
Major social network services do have privacy settings, but they don’t always translate to real-world privacy.
Does the fact that the Flame malware stayed below the radar for so long prove that signature detection is dead?
The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization contemplates a make-over into a more professionally-run organization.
Information security experts often talk about the costs of cybercrime to businesses, but a new report from Russia quantifies how much criminals make in the “cybercrime market.”
Perhaps Facebook users are beginning to expect more consideration from their friends on social networks.
CeCOS VI: The Counter eCrime Operations Summit: A cybercrime conference I can’t get to, but heartily recommend
Trusting the good intentions of an agency shouldn’t carry an automatic assumption that what they do or say, or where they say it, is always good for you.
Is jail time for the crime of visiting the wrong websites the answer to terrorism?
There’s a certain amount of tension between testers and vendors from time to time, even in the rarified atmosphere of an AMTSO workshop.
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