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As nations spend billions of dollars stockpiling digital weapons and tension grows between them, the risk of world cyber warfare has suddenly turned offensive.
Deb Shinder considers the likelihood that computer forensics will become a standardized, possibly licensed, job role. Here are the training and education opportunities available if...
In June 2009, Romania's public debts rose by 12.6% more than late last year that is up to 123.61 billion Lei (29.4 billion Euros) meaning 23.27% of the gross domestic product origi...
The authors consider the desirability of modifying a standard Taylor rule for a central bank's interest-rate policy to incorporate either an adjustment for changes in interest-rate...