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Cybercrime Black Markets Grow Up

Cybercrime forums selling advanced attacks on demand are outpacing businesses' ability to defend themselves, new study from RAND finds.

Image: Adam Jones (Flickr).
Image: Adam Jones (Flickr).

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3/27/2014 | 3:19:48 PM
Crime is enabled by government apathy
It would help if the federal government of the US actually took the security of consumer data seriously, and passed stringent laws to protect it instead of permitting industry to call the tune.  The only facet of computer based crime it concerns itself with is in the overzealous prosecution of free open source advocates.
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