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The evolution of cybercrime has hit a peak with ransomware and Bitcoin. One of the strange features of this is how much of it is in public.
Airplane Mode: Advances in electronics now mean that just about anything with a power source can be turned into an explosive.
Over 70% of the world's population will live in urban areas by 2050 - but don't think that means you will be able to get lost in the crowd.
Many large companies would prefer to pay ransom to avoid public shaming & other devastating consequences of a security breach.
The banking giant wants to capitalise on opportunities in AI, biometrics, blockchain and data science, using its global reach to fight cybercrime.
Healthcare organisations are increasing information security spending, reflecting a rapid transition to electronic records & data digitisation.
DNSMessenger: Researchers at the Talos threat research group have published a report on a new form of malware that’s very difficult to detect.
US spy agencies have quite extraordinary secret hacking powers. Wikileaks might actually promote discussion about what people really think about that.
Threat analysts need a more robust framework for characterizing suspicious activity on their endpoints and networks. By Jane Ginn
Intelligence analysis is more an imperfect art than a science: Gaps in reporting, bad sources and politicisation all complicate the analyst’s task.