- n. Plural form of cybercriminal.
“Prior to his appointment in March 2008, Beckstrom had been a technology entrepreneur and author of books on decentralization, specializing in the ability of decentralized organizations such as cybercriminals to evade detection.”
“Recently, researchers with computer security software and services leader McAfee, Inc. predicted that social networks will be some of the biggest targets for cybercriminals in 2011.”
“For years, BSA and its members have fought to protect data against cybercriminals by investing to reduce vulnerabilities and protect the integrity of the technologies they provide; by developing cutting-edge security solutions for businesses and consumers; and by leading the fight against software piracy -- not only because it drains revenues from American companies, but also because illegal software commonly includes malicious computer code that hackers and other criminals use to steal data.”
“As technology evolves and our use of the Internet and mobile devices becomes more complex, cybercriminals are also evolving and honing their skills with new types of attacks.”
“We have today disrupted a suspected organised group of cybercriminals and prevented further loss to individuals and institutions in the UK.The suspects, who were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud, money laundering and Computer Misuse Act offences, were being held at police stations in central London, Manchester and Bolton.”
“Several developments make this new form of fraud irresistible for cybercriminals.”
“However, the widerreleaseof Facebook members'data "inevitablymeansmore information will be made available to cybercriminals who want to target you or you company for an attack," says Cluley.”
“Business is booming because cybercriminals are increasingly going after intellectual property and sensitive customer records attacking corporate systems from the outside, using the Internet, as the Heartland Payments Systems breach showed, as well as with the help of insiders.”
“NextCoffee Break: Palm earnings; Microsoft vs. cybercriminals”
“Employees receive "payroll" notices from cybercriminals - USATODAY. com”
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