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DATA BREACH: CULPRITS STILL GET AWAY!

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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afifasyakila
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DATA BREACH: CULPRITS STILL GET AWAY!

Post Posted: Oct 31, 17 02:34

Symantec (ISTR) 2016 Report has shown that for the last 8 years more than 7.1 billion identities has been exposed in data breach. Year 2016 also has been witnessed of few notable targeted attack incidents such as destructive malware used in cyber attacks against power station in Ukraine in January 2016.I'm attached security -cum-forensic agency and I'm perplexed with the Law & governed the Digital Forensics. The big question is why the culprits seemed to be always get away with the crime? Aren't the existing Law strong enough?
 
 
  

MDCR
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Re: DATA BREACH: CULPRITS STILL GET AWAY!

Post Posted: Oct 31, 17 09:11

- afifasyakila
The big question is why the culprits seemed to be always get away with the crime? Aren't the existing Law strong enough?


It's more complex than that: agencies are underfunded, even underqualified in some cases, sometimes managed poorly and different countries have different levels of cooperation from 0% to 100%. Criminals can jump anywhere on the planet at a milliseconds notice. Punishment has very little to do with it.

And please only post one thread in the forum that most fit the subject.  
 

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