Cybercrime Costs US $117bn Annually

Cybercrime Costs US $117bn Annually
Digitaltrends.com, OR – Jul 27, 2007
By Christopher Nickson A new report issued by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) says the cybercrime in all its forms is costing the US over $117

Cybercrime is overpowering the system
NetworkWorld.com, MA – Jul 23, 2007
The Government Accounting Office took an assessment of the cybercrime battle and didn’t very much like what it saw. In a report issued today,

Organized crime is funded by cybercrime
Computer Crime Research Center, Ukraine – Jul 26, 2007
For months now, the feds have said organized crime was moving into the realm of cybercrime, using hackers to run scams and break into systems.

India at the bottom on the Top Countries for Cybercrime
Great Indian Mutiny, India – Jul 27, 2007
Reading the article in Fortune about The Top Countries For Cybercrime, I am glad to see India at the bottom in the list of the countries for Cybercrime.

Cybercrime Poses Challenges for Government, Industry Says Report
LinuxElectrons, TX – Jul 23, 2007
The report estimates the direct economic impact from cybercrime to be in the billions of dollars annually. The annual loss due to computer crime was

Free seminar offered Friday on cybercrime
Canton Repository (subscription), OH – Aug 1, 2007
By FELLICIA SMITH JACKSON TWP. It’s not farfetched to think a business within Stark County will have its sensitive data on its computer networks breached at

Facebook users warned on cybercrime
Crave, UK – Jul 31, 2007
As Facebook evolves from a university social network into an enterprise tool, VeriSign iDefense security experts are warning that the platform is turning

Federal Prosecutor: Cybercrime Is Funding Organized Crime
Dark Reading, NY – Jul 20, 2007
JULY 20, 2007 | For months now, the feds have said organized crime was moving into the realm of cybercrime, using hackers to run scams and break into

Cybercrime grew hugely
Computer Crime Research Center, Ukraine – Jul 26, 2007
The black market for software nasties like viruses and spyware has grown hugely in recent years. But a worrying new discovery by a web security specialist

Calgary studies cybercrime centre
StarPhoenix, Canada – Jul 24, 2007
CALGARY (CNS) — An international centre to fight cybercrime could be set up in Calgary after city council approved $1 million from the police budget to

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