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Data theft and breaches from cybercrime may have cost businesses as much as $1 trillion globally in lost intellectual property and expenditures for repairing damage. And this current economic climate has undoubtedly created more opportunities for hackers, criminals, and industrial espionage firms who are targeting critical infrastructures and systems to steal sensitive information - an organization's crown jewels.
Join this live TechRepublic Webcast to get an inside view of the underground cybercrime economy, featuring leading experts Michael Calce, a.k.a Mafia Boy, one of the most notorious hackers and author of How I Cracked the Internet and Why It's Still Broken, Byron Acohido, reporter for USA Today and author of Zero Day Threats, and Paul Henry, security and forensics analyst with Lumension.
Topics to include:
- An insider's look at the world of cybercrime and how hackers' techniques have evolved
- How and why the motives and targets have changed
- What organizations can do to reduce the threat of attack
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