Tag: cybercriminals

In a technology-driven age, entrepreneurs, organizations, and nations succeed or fail in large part based on how effectively they develop, implement, and protect technology. One of the most notable aspects of “The Economic Impact of Cybercrime” report released recently is the prominence of cyber espionage, the cyber-theft of intellectual property (IP) and business confidential information. ...
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For nearly a decade we have witnessed the systemic rise and fall “dark net” markets. Each time a site is taken down by law enforcement, we see other, opportunistic ones capitalize on buyers looking for new places to purchase illegal goods. Last year we explored the takedowns of the popular black markets AlphaBay and Hansa ...
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This blog post was written by James Andrew Lewis, senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).  Now that 3 companies and 13 individuals from Russia have been indicted for U.S. election interference, the general American populace has insight into a problem that has been growing for years: Russia has little ...
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In Depression-era America, bank robbers John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, and Pretty Boy Floyd were household names. Newspapers detailed their heists, radios narrated their getaways, wanted posters plastered their mug-shot scowls from coast-to-coast. Every detail of their bank robberies and personal lives was seized upon, scrutinized, circulated, and discussed. Eight decades later, bank robbery is ...
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One year on.  It is fair to say that the No More Ransom project not only exceeded our expectations, but simply blew these initial expectations out of the water.  A collaboration between six partners (McAfee, EC3, Dutch Police, Kaspersky Lab, AWS and Barracuda) has now grown to include more than 100 partners across the public ...
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