The NY Times features a story that provides a closer examination of cybercrime claims. It finds that “widely circulated cybercrime estimates are generated using absurdly bad statistical methods, making them wholly unreliable.”
Post Tagged with: "cybercrime"
Wired features a blow-by-blow account on last spring's e-attack on Estonia.
The chair of Calgary's police commission wants to set up an international internet security centre in Alberta to monitor online child predators, hackers and terrorists.
A recent arrest has police looking for more subscriber information from Canada's ISPs.
Late last week Canada became the first non-European country to sign the Council of Europe’s Cybercrime Treaty Protocol that focuses on Internet hate. A few clarifications may be useful to ensure that people understand what this is and what it is not. First, the Council of Europe is not the […]