The manipulation of legitimate mobile apps and services played a key role in the expansion of mobile malware at the beginning of ...
Full article at: Cellular-News
Jun 24 2014, 5:27am CDT
Source: Forbes Real Time
What is the global cost of crime? According to a study released Monday by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and McAfee, the figure could be as low as $375 billion or as high $575 billion annually. While both numbers are staggeringly large, the wide variati ...
Full article at: Forbes Real Time
Jun 11 2014, 12:01pm CDT
What is the global cost of crime? According to a study released Monday by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and McAfee, the figure could be as low as $375 billion or as high $575 billion annually. While both numbers are staggeringl ...
Full article at: Forbes
Jun 11 2014, 12:01pm CDT
Source: Big Government
Cybercrime is costing businesses worldwide nearly half a trillion dollars a year, with the UK particularly badly hit. The increasingly problematic situation also has an impact on 150,000 jobs in the EU, according to new research published by McAfee and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). The report claims that businesses across the globe lose around $445 billion (£266 billion) a year through cyber crime, with the UK one of the ...
Full article at: Big Government
Jun 9 2014, 11:49am CDT
Intel has announced its latest high-end processors to the world.Codenamed Devil's Canyon (Intel's codenames are getting better), we first heard of this chip series back in March, but we're only now allowed to talk about the details. And the key detail is that this is Intel's first 22nm chip to be clocked at 4GHz across all four cores – more on that shortly.Essentially though, this isn't a new generation of technology – it's the ...
Full article at: Tech.co.uk
Jun 9 2014, 9:13am CDT
Source: Security Pro News
Yahoo continues to come under fire over its recycling of old email addresses and user IDs. Back in June, the company announced its plans to give old, inactive IDs to current users who wanted better email addresses.
Immediately, the plan drew a fair amount of criticism from security experts and journalists, including the guy from Wired that who was famously hacked last year. Back then, well-known security expert Graham Cluley, who has worked for security giants like McAfee and Sophos, called Y ...
Full article at: Security Pro News
Oct 3 2013, 3:30am CDT