Posts Tagged ‘Computer crime’

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 […]

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Cyberattack: dangers, consequences and prevention

Attacks on IT systems can have devastating consequences across industries – among them, the banking and financial sector. In order to protect the best interests of their customers, and the vast tracts of personal data for which they are responsible, banks have already been paying attention to their data protection practices, writes Alan Calder of […]

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Incidence Of Cybertheft Surpasses Incidence Of Physical Theft

Image by mie_journal via Flickr Fraud-related losses rose 20 percent to $1.7 billion in the past year, Kroll study says Incidence of theft of information and electronic data at global companies has overtaken physical theft for the first time, according to a study released yesterday. According to the latest edition of the Kroll Annual Global […]

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