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V Sreenivasa Murthy Adjudication of cyber crime cases is the best option, as in most cases it is difficult to legally prove them beyond reasonable doubt, said a senior police officer in charge of cyber crimes here on Friday...Roopa, Superintendent of
Police are warning Lexingtonians to beware of a growing nationwide telephone-computer scam that recently has been reported here. Police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said Friday that the scam typically works like this: A person pretending to represent
The Hindu With increasing penetration of Internet, mobile, computer, proliferation of (IT) applications and online services, the number of cyber crimes being reported has shown a rising trend during the recent past...Mustafah The government on Monday
PhilippinesStronger attacks on the cyberspace should be expected in 2014 with major data breaches to happen every month and advanced mobile banking attacks to raise, a report said. Blurring Boundaries: Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2014 and
Four arrested over London-based '£1m cyber theft' Four people have been arrested and £80,000 in cash seized following the suspected theft of £1m from two banks. Some customers had inadvertently downloaded software enabling their money to be siphoned
British police say four people have been arrested by detectives investigating the suspected theft of 1 million ($1.6 million) from two U.K. banks. Metropolitan Police say cybercrime detectives launched the operation after being alerted that "a number"
The Minister said that there is a need to create a global standard to fight cyber crime. Communications and IT Minister Kapil Sibal today said some nations are found to be indulging in cyber crime , or are employing individuals who are not directly
U.S. cybersecurity company Trend Micro said it expects law enforcement agencies will have a harder time tracking down cybercriminals moving deeper underground. Trend Micro published a report Tuesday highlighting its expectation for cybercrimes in the
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Microsoft , the FBI , and the European CyberCrime Center (EC3) claim to have disrupted computer botnet ZeroAccess, an army of infected computers that fraudulently charged online advertisers millions.