Report: Consumers lost $7 billion over last two years due to …

Report: Consumers lost $7 billion over last two years due to
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, PA – Aug 6, 2007
By Patricia Sabatini, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette US consumers lost more than $7 billion over the last two years to malicious software and e-mail phishing

Cybercrime center to have grand opening
Jackson Clarion Ledger, MS – Jul 31, 2007
The Cybercrime Fusion Center in Jackson will have its official grand opening at 10:30 am today in the Walter Sillers Building. Attorney General Jim Hood

Watching cybercrime online
Computer Crime Research Center, Ukraine – Aug 3, 2007
The Kerala IT Mission and Centre for Development of Advanced Computing or CDAC has launched a web portal, the first of its kind in the country,

Cybercrime Costs US Economy at Least $117B Each Year
TechNewsWorld, CA – Jul 26, 2007
By John P. Mello Jr. As staggering as the losses pegged to cybercrime are, they may even be worse than estimated, according to David A. Powner, GAO director

Sizing up cybercrime
Help Net Security, Croatia – Aug 1, 2007
With just a few simple clicks of a mouse, today’s ruthless cybercriminals can turn anything from stolen bank account information to e-mail cookies into

New Center Will Focus On Fighting Cybercrime
WLOX, MS – Jul 31, 2007
Mississippi is taking steps to protect you and your family from online crime. Attorney General Jim Hood cut the ribbon on the Cyber Crime Fusion Center

Cybercrime: Addressing Cyber Threats, Report
Technology News Daily, AZ – Jul 24, 2007
Efforts to address cybercrime include activities associated with protecting networks and information, detecting criminal activity, investigating crime,

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.

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