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postheadericon Americans’ unease about cybercrime towers over conventional crimes

The high level of fear of cybercrime dovetails with the self-reported rates of victimization, as 25% of the respondents reported that their personal information or that of their household member has been stolen by hackers over the past 12 months.

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postheadericon Cybercrime update: Big trouble in dark markets?

Many of the components required to commit cybercrime can be bought and sold online if you know the right part of the internet in which to look.

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postheadericon Cybercrime update: Arrests, indictments, takedowns, and more

If you search for cybersecurity or cybercrime under Google News the results can be depressing: so many cybercrimes, so few arrests. But over the past few months law enforcement has begun to strike back.

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postheadericon $8 trillion ‘to be lost to cybercrime in next 5 years’

Businesses are set lose $ 8 trillion to cybercrime over the course of the next five years, according to a new report.

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postheadericon Year-end cybercrime update 2016: an avalanche of good news?

Highlighting 20 success stories in the struggle against cybercrime, from indictments to arrests, extraditions to sentencing. Law enforcement efforts in cyberspace may have borne more fruit in 2016 than in any other year.

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postheadericon The cybercrime business model and its value chain

The security landscape has evolved to a point where most IT threats occur with the intention of generating financial gain for their creators and financiers.

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postheadericon Careers in fighting cybercrime

Interested in a career where you get to fight cybercrime on a daily basis? ESET’s senior research fellow David Harley takes a look at some key things.

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postheadericon Cybercrime in Canada: The impact on SMBs

A new survey, conducted by Ipsos and sponsored by ESET, finds that one in four Canadian SMBs with yearly revenues of $ 10 million or more have been hit by a cyberattack.

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postheadericon Growth of cybercrime is ‘ruthless’

Cybercrime has established itself as a permanent fixture in 21st century life, with the number of incidents and victims continuing to rise with dogged determination.

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postheadericon Security professionals ‘extremely concerned’ by cybercrime threat

Security professionals are more concerned than ever by the threat of cybercrime, according to new poll.

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