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D. Mignardi

New Smartphones and the Risk Picture - 3 views

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    Mobile phone platforms are susceptible to malicious attacks, both from the ... more relevant than comparison of different smartphone brands. Attack Vectors .... types of cyber attacks that have proven extremely damaging to. DoD
Anne Bubnic

School Security Virtual Summit [Sep 21, 2010] - 1 views

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    School Security Virtual Summit: T.H.E. Journal, in collaboration with CDW-G and its security partners, invites you and your peers to gain insights and exchange best practices that will successfully secure your school, information and students.
Anne Bubnic

Hack Is Wack! Snoop Dogg's Anti Cybercrime Rap Video Contest - 5 views

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    Take a stand against cybercrime and enter the "Hack is Wack" cybercrime rap video contest. Contest ends September 30th. Might be an interesting high school activity.
Anne Bubnic

6 Things You Should Never Reveal on Facebook - 7 views

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    Personal details that you should never say if you don't want criminals - cyber or otherwise - to rob you blind.
Anne Bubnic

Phishing Tales - Lesson Plan - 0 views

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    In this lesson, students research different types of identity-theft fraud and ways to avoid falling victim to various scams. They then create focused public service announcements in different media, targeted to individuals most susceptible to consumer fraud.
Anne Bubnic

Norton ranks riskiest cities for cybercrime - 0 views

  • Symantec then rated each city using different categories, such as risky online behavior (defined as buying items online and accessing financial information) and the number of cybercrimes per capita.
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    Among 50 U.S. cities studied for their vulnerability to cybercrime, Seattle came out on top as the riskiest place, followed by Boston, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, according to the report "Norton's Top 10 Riskiest Online Cities," released Monday. Results are based on the number of attempted hacking attacks and infected systems.
Anne Bubnic

Student accused of hacking into computers, sending threatening messages - 1 views

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    A Lehigh Acres teen is accused of hacking into a Lee County school's computer system and sending threatening messages to parents. The student is facing charges of two counts of an offense against intellectual property/modify without authority computer support document, each a third degree felony, and three counts of an offense against computer users/computer crime/interrupt or impair a governmental operation or public communication, each a second degree felony.
Anne Bubnic

Is There Such A Thing As Virtual Crime? - 1 views

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    "At some point, we can do away with cybercrime laws because most crimes will involve computers in some way, and all crime will be cybercrime."
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