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FBI, Secret Service must improve cybercrime training

FBI, Secret Service must improve cybercrime training, VA – Jul 23, 2007
GAO found that staffing was one of four major challenges to addressing cybercrime. In a report for the House Homeland Security and Judiciary committees,

We’ll Be Watching You
Asia Sentinel, China – Aug 15, 2007
We have not heard of anyone applying ClickTale to track cybercrime until now,” the Israel-based Shwartz wrote in an email. “We would like to see ClickTale

FBI Veteran to Lead Vincennes University Program
Inside INdiana Business (press release), IN – Aug 15, 2007
Caprino most recently served with the FBI in California and was in charge of its white-collar crime and cybercrime divisions. COMPLETE NETCAST: Gerry Dick

Government Reports Cybercrime Poses National Risk
InformationWeek, NY – Jul 24, 2007
A GAO report calls on companies and government agencies to beef up their security to battle the escalating cybercrime issue. By Sharon Gaudin A government

Federal Prosecutor: Cybercrime Is Funding Organized Crime
InformationWeek, NY – Jul 20, 2007
Cybercrime has been so profitable for organized crime that the mob is using it to fund their other underground exploits. And US law enforcement is reaching

Plugged In: Cybercrime cost put at $7 billion
Sacramento Bee,  USA – Aug 9, 2007
By Clint Swett – Bee Staff Writer Cybercrime may consist of mostly ones and zeros, but it’s costing Americans plenty of dollars and cents.

Customers fear cybercrime
ITWeb, South Africa – Aug 10, 2007
BY PATRICIA PIETERSE , TRAINEE JOURNALIST According to the annual Financial Institution Consumer Online Fraud Survey, conducted by RSA, the security

Lack of concern over growing cybercrime angers UK businesses
Guardian Unlimited, UK – Jul 18, 2007
The UK’s largest corporations are being told to report multimillion pound international cybercrime incidents to their local police stations.

Cybercrime result of job paucity
Economic Times, India – Jul 19, 2007
Cybercrime , like every digital industry, is outsourcing. Though the US still produces more malware, spam and viruses than any country in the world,

Survey: Consumers have one-in-four chance of becoming cybercrime
SC Magazine US – Aug 7, 2007
End-users have a 25-percent chance of becoming a cybercrime victim, according to Consumer Reports’ « State of the Net » survey for 2007.