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Cyberspace Emerges as Law Enforcement's New Battleground By Robert Rogers/MediaNews Group | Article Courtesy of: Times Herald When gunshots ring out in Richmond, familiar scenes unfold. Calls to 911 and alerts from the city's ShotSpotter gunshot-detection system trickle in. Police cruisers scream to the scene. Detectives show up soon after. But other detectives go somewhere else: to their computers to troll Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media for clues, often provided by people involved in the crime who can't resist boasting. "We have seen situations where someone will commit a shooting or a homicide, and they'll immediately write something on social media, " said Matt … [Read more...]

Cyber Security – “The Virtual Battlefield”

Cyber Security

War Drums Beat Louder For 'World War C' Article Courtesy of: Kenneth Rapoza | Forbes A report by cyber security firm FireEye says cyber warfare expanding. The U.S. leads the charge in this virtual battlefield. If the lingo of cyber security experts, zombie warfare might that be that far fetched after all. Call it “World War C”, and it playing right now at a nation near you. It is quiet, mostly invisible and oddly as safe as it is dangerous. The ‘C’ in this war zone stands for cyberspace, and industry experts have been warning about it for the last five years.  The war drums are beating louder. Once limited to cybercrime stealing credit card numbers, cyber attacks are … [Read more...]

Cyber Attacks – “Greater Concern than Terrorism”

Cyber Security and Cyber Terrorism

Cybersecurity Starts in High School with Tomorrow’s Hires By Sandrine Rastello & Jeanna Smialek | Article Courtesy of:  Bloomberg Sean Gallup/Getty Images Security breaches experienced by institutions ranging from Facebook Inc. to the Federal Reserve are spurring spending on cybersecurity. Five dozen teenagers hunched over computers in a hotel conference room near Washington, decrypting codes, cleaning malware and fending off network intrusions to score points in the finals of a national cybersecurity contest. A participant in last year’s CyberPatriot contest earned certifications and went from high-school to a job paying $62,000 said Bernie Skoch, the commissioner for the … [Read more...]

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