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Cybercrime more profitable than drugs

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 (01:00:43)
The proceeds of cybercrime now exceed that of the illegal drugs industry, a US Treasury advisor has claimed. According to Valerie McNiven, former World Bank security expert, the turnover of electronically-related crime exceeded $105 billion in 2004, for the first time over-taking drugs as the number one high-profile criminal activity...

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New Computer Crime Lab to Help Wyoming, Colorado Authorities

Tuesday, December 27, 2005 (14:20:32)
The Rocky Mountain Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory, the tenth such regional laboratory in the country established and operated with the help of the FBI, is due to officially open January 18. Officials say the lab will greatly improve investigators' capacity to analyze computers and other electronics seized as evidence...

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Merry Christmas!

Sunday, December 25, 2005 (13:39:20)
A very merry Christmas to everyone!

from Jamie

Digital Forensic Readiness: Are You In?

Thursday, December 22, 2005 (09:41:16)
As we approach a pervasive computing society, are you prepared for the challenge of using digital forensics to reconstruct a compromise?

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Computer forensics tools maker hacked

Wednesday, December 21, 2005 (09:29:17)
Guidance Software had to do a forensic investigation on its own systems after a hacker broke in and accessed records, including credit card data, of thousands of customers. The attack occurred in November, but wasn't discovered until Dec. 7, John Colbert, chief executive officer of Guidance, said in an interview Monday. The attack exposed data on thousands of the company's customers, including 3,800 whose names, addresses and credit card details were exposed, he said...

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