Financial Losses

Last week yet another call was heard for the need for increased efforts to identify, collect, analyze and disseminate cyber intelligence. This latest call was the result of a recent report that warned the U.S. must develop cyber intelligence as a new and better coordinated government discipline.

How many times does this have to be recommended and justified before we just get it done and done right? Keep reading →

A recently released report provides a glimpse into the true economic impact of the cyber crime wave that has been going on for years.

The 2011 Norton Cyber crime disclosed that over 74 million people in the United States were victims of cyber crime in 2010. These criminal acts resulted in $32 billion in direct financial losses. Keep reading →