Archive for the ‘Cybercrime’ Category

Cyber crime costs the global economy $445 billion a year

by Desislava Aleksandrova A new report – A Guide to Cyber Risk: Managing the Impact of Increasing Interconnectivity – reveals that cyber crime costs the world $445 billion annually, with the top ten economies accounting for more than 50% of the costs. Since 2005 there have been 5,029 reported data breach incidents in the US alone, and at […]

Leave a Comment

CyberSecurity read which belong on every bookshelf

by zdnet.com Take a plunge into the world of CyberSecurity with these recommended reads: 1) CountDown to Zero Day 2) Ghost in the Wires 3) Secrets and Lies 4) Spam Nation 5) The Art of Deception 6) Data and Goliath 7) Future Crimes 8) The Artocity Archives The Artocity Archives

Leave a Comment

Cyber Resilience Best Practices

RESILIA™ Cyber Resilience Best Practices AXELOS’s new guide RESILIA™ Cyber Resilience Best Practices provides a methodology for detecting and recovering from cyber security incidents using the ITIL lifecycle RESILIA™ Cyber Resilience Best Practices Best guide on Cyber Resilience on the web – Cyber Resilience Best Practices is part of the AXELOS RESILIA™ portfolio. RESILIA™ Cyber Resilience […]

Leave a Comment

How organization can handle cyberthreats

CyberWar, CyberTerror, CyberCrime and CyberActivism

Leave a Comment

CyberWar, CyberTerror, CyberCrime

Cyber wars between companies, hacker groups and governments can force entire countries to a standstill. A lone, but sophisticated, hacker can bring global organisations to their knees from just an internet café. The threat isn’t even entirely external; perhaps the greatest threat sits uncomfortably in plain sight – from inside your staff.  Arm yourself with […]

Leave a Comment

An Introduction to Hacking & Crimeware

ITG Pocket Guide for An Introduction to Hacking & Crimeware is concise subject focused and easy to read. Whether used as a training aid, induction material or just as further reading they offer powerful and valuable insight. Defend your business, protect your livelihood, safeguard your future. Cybercrime is on the rise. Unchecked, it could destroy […]

Comments (1)

Tips for staying safe this Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday deals Cyber Monday, one of the largest online shopping days of the entire year, is coming November 26. The National Retail Federation estimates that shoppers spent more than $1.2 billion last year, doing more than a third of their holiday shopping online. The issue? This influx of activity online, often times during business […]

Leave a Comment

Learn how to tackle the Flame

A vicious piece of malware (known as Flame) was uncovered this week and is believed to have infected over 600 targets, be 20 times larger than Stuxnet and to have been backed by state sponsorship. Realize the underground economy of hacking and crimeware with this handy pocket guide. It will provide you with a valuable […]

Leave a Comment

An Introduction to Hacking & Crimeware

An Introduction to Hacking & Crimeware: A Pocket Guide Cybercrime is on the rise. Unchecked, it could destroy the entire global cyber infrastructure and wipe out many businesses. We need to defend ourselves against it, and we must fight back. Know your enemy An Introduction to Hacking & Crimeware is a comprehensive guide to the […]

Leave a Comment

Protection of credit card and ATM/debit card transactions

By Azie Amini Protection of credit card/ATM card transactions and the latest trends in banking, credit card or internet fraud. • As we go towards the end of the year, one by one report each credit card missing and get a new one with a new account number (make sure you ask for a new […]

Comments (3)

Top 10 Cyber Scams During Holiday Season

By Paul C Dwyer “Tis the season to get scammed!” Phishing Scams: PCD Says “Beware of emails that appear to be from charities. Not all will be real and bogus sites could steal your credit card details. These “Phishing” emails can also pretend to be banks, telephone companies and even the revenue commissioners. There is […]

Comments (1)

A guide to the realities of the subversive multi-vector threats

Cybercrime and Espionage A guide to the realities of the subversive multi-vector threats (SMTs) now emerging as potential bearers of doom for organisations and countries This guide will enlighten you to the dangers posed by SMTs like cyber crime and espionage in the 21st Century. Forewarned is forearmed, and this is what this book will […]

Comments (1)

Ghost in the Wires: My Adventures as the World’s Most Wanted Hacker by Kevin Mitnick

The Ghost in the Wires is a well written and captivating tale of Kevin Mitnick which tells his story of how artfully he used social engineering time and again as a first step for some of his famous hacks. During his social engineering hacks how he became an absolute authority on subject at hand and […]

Comments (4)

If you See Something Say Something – DHS

“Dept Of Homeland Security Attempt To Induce A Permanent State Of Fear & Paranoia!” DHS encourages floks in public to spy on others for the sake of security? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjeMCCQlCPA

Leave a Comment

Homeland Security Begins at Home

Comments (1)