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The Global Security Map - A Question and Answer Session on Cybercrime

Reporter Anthony Savarese talked with Jart Armin, Director of HostExploit, about Internet safety following the May publication of the inaugural' Global Security Report' and launch of the 'Global Security Map' an interactive tool displaying global hot spots for cybercrime according to geographic location. The HostExploit 'Global Security Map' project is in collaboration with Russian group Group-IB...

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Two UK Men Arrested as Web Domains Seized for Trading Stolen Data

The arrest of two men in the UK and another in Macedonia is the result of an international operation in which 36 web domains, used to trade compromised banking data, were taken offline, the UK's Serious Organised Crime Unit announced today. The Head of Cyber Operations at the UK Serious Organised Crime Unit (SOCA), Lee Miles, spoke of the recent collaborative operation as "an excellent example of the level...

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Young Austrian Hacker Acted 'Out of Boredom'

The Federal Criminal Police Office for Computer and Network Crime in Austria recently announced the arrest of the country's youngest hacker. At just 15 years old the teenage hacker has admitted to being prolific too, claiming 259 hacks over the space of three months. Between January and March 2012, a 15-year-old from Lower Austria, breached public systems, institutions and authorities in Austria, and many other countries too according an official statement. Interior Minister, Mag.a Johanna Mikl-Leitner, Read More...

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Cyber Security News

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APWG, OAS and ICANN Combined eCrime 2012 Summit for Members and Researchers

This October, the APWG is pleased to present eCrime 2012, a combined event that includes the 2012 APWG General Meeting, APWG eCrime Researchers Summit, and the ICANN DNS Security, Stability and Resiliency Symposium. This convocation of authorities in cybercrime management and research, presented in cooperation with the Organization of American States, the world's oldest regional multilateral treaty organization, represents an unprecedented alignment of global actors in the confrontation with cybercrime. eCrime 2012, running from Oct. 22-25,...

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Europol to Head New EU Cybercrime Centre and Consultation Project

A new European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) based at Europol in The Hague will be the focal point in the EU's fight against cybercrime and serve as the European information hub in this area, the European law enforcement agency announced today. An alliance formed from business, government, law enforcement, security agencies and professionals has been endorsed by the Council of the EU and will be operational by 1 January 2013. As part of the existing Europol structure the Centre will pool expertise and information, support criminal investigations and...

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ENISA: Free Material for EU Cyber Security Month

In preparation for European Cyber Security Month (October 2012) ENISA, the European Network and Information Security Agency, is making a series of free material available on its website. The freebies are aimed at EU entities involved in raising awareness on cyber security issues. As online services increasingly become part of everyday lives it is important for internet users to be educated on how to stay safe. The aim of the material is to support EU Member States as they prepare cyber security education and awareness campaigns, the agency Read More...

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World Hosts Report Q3 2012

A new #1 tops the ranking table in HostExploit's 'World Hosts Report Q3 2012' for high levels of malicious activity. AS40034 Confluence Networks, is registered in the Virgin Islands but hosted in the United States. The HostExploit (HE) World Hosts Report Q3 2012, in collaboration with Group-IB and CSIS, presents a new #1 Host this quarter,  Read More...

Knujon: ICANN Fails to Act on WHOIS non-Compliance

Knujon presents a detailed study of the way ICANN handles and tracks complaints of inaccurate WHOIS records for registered Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs). The Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is required to track complaints about non-compliance with the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA), a signed document between a Registrar and ICANN that sets out the terms and conditions of accreditation to ICANN. In 'Evaluation of ICANN...

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AFNIC Hosts Registrar Days

AFNIC is holding two Registrar Days with a focus on changes during 2012 and propects for 2013. The first day will be held in Lyon on 4 October, for French speakers only, followed by a bilingual French-English session on 9 October in Paris. AFNIC, the non-profit government-appointed registry for .fr (France), .re (Reunion Island), .yt (Mayotte), .wf (Wallis and Futuna), .tf (French Southern Territories), and .pm (Saint-Pierre and Miquelon), is organising one-day Registrar events in October. The aim is to strengthen the relationship and cooperation...

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