Federal Prosecutor: Cybercrime Is Funding Organized Crime

Federal Prosecutor: Cybercrime Is Funding Organized Crime
InformationWeek, NY – Jul 20, 2007
“In terms of the risks and rewards, there’s a higher chance of getting more, financially, using the world of computer crime. Organized crime is realizing

Nation on Sunday

Computer crime’ certified
Nation on Sunday, Sri Lanka – Jul 28, 2007
To achieve this objective, a provision has been included enabling a panel of ‘experts’ to assist the Police in the investigation of computer crime offences

German anti-hacker lawmakers ban tools of the trade
Inquirer, UK – Aug 14, 2007
Section 202c StGB of the German Computer Crime Act – which became law this week – makes the mere possession of tools like John, Kismet, KisMAC, Nessus,

Newsbreak: Internet Porn, untouchable crime
GMA news.tv, Philippines – Aug 8, 2007
Based on the investigation of the National Bureau of Investigation’s (NBI) Anti-Fraud and Computer Crime Division, clients are charged $3.99 to $4.99 per

Expert Warns Australians Over Internet Fraud, Says Computer Crime
AHN – Jul 26, 2007
Sydney, Australia (AHN) – An international expert has said Australians should avoid posting details online saying internet crime is growing and costing

Concern about new law on computer crime
Reporters without borders (press release), France – Jul 23, 2007
Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today about the Computer Crime Act that took effect on 18 July. It allows the police to seize the computer files

The Security Standard Conference Announces Speaker Line-up
PR Newswire (press release), NY – Aug 15, 2007
Larkin’s keynote will highlight the landscape of organized computer crime and what executives need to do to protect their organizations.

E-crime unit launch delayed by cash shortfall
ComputerWeekly.com, UK – Jul 30, 2007
by Ian Grant Without private sector funding, a proposed national police unit to fight computer crime could face delays of up to two years,

Web designer-turned-hacker avoids jail
Register, UK – Aug 10, 2007
Mark Hopkins, managing director of NXGN, was subsequently arrested and charged by the Met police’s Computer crime unit. “Today’s sentencing is yet another

Digital crime fighters get help
Birmingham News, AL – Jul 20, 2007
A new group called the National Foundation for Computer Crime Prevention will hold conferences for the private sector, in addition to the law enforcement

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