Troels Oerting, head of Europol’s EC3, explains the extreme difficulties law enforcement faces when investigating and prosecuting cybercrime at Georgetown Law’s Cybercrime 2020.
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The United States Department of Justice yesterday announced the creation of a new cybercrime unit within its Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Panelists at a Georgetown Law’s conference agreed that ransomware schemes will be the malware of choice on the Internet of things.
Mozilla issued nine security updates for exploitable vulnerabilities in Firefox, Firefox extended support release and its Thunderbird email client.
Avivah Litan of Gartner explains how context aware behavioral analytics may have prevented recent retail breaches and the Snowden, NSA surveillance saga.
A number Hikvision digital video recorders contain vulnerabilities that an attacker could remotely exploit in order to gain full control of those devices.
The FTC and a Florida federal court issued temporary restraining orders against a number of organizations and individuals involved in a massive telemarketing operating selling bogus software and support.
In this week’s news wrap podcast, Threatpost editors discuss an out-of-band Microsoft patch, the compromised Joomla and WordPress plug-inattack campaign and the Detekt anti-surveillance tool.
Most targeted attacks exploit privileged account access according to a new report commissioned by the security firm CyberArk.
Google today released to open source security scanning tool called Firing Range, which is designed to test for cross-site scripting (XSS) and other vulnerabilities on a massive scale.