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  • Hackers indicted for stealing Apache helicopter training software

    01.10.2014

    Four members of an international computer hacking ring have been charged with breaking into computer networks of prominent technology companies and the US Army and stealing more than $100 million in intellectual property and other proprietary data.

  • Global DDoS attack numbers decline, attacks from China rise

    01.10.2014

    In the second quarter of 2014, Akamai observed attack traffic originating from 161 unique countries/regions, which was 33 fewer than the first quarter of the year.

  • Insider incidents and high-profile crimes increasing

    01.10.2014

    The number of reported security incidents rose 48 percent this year to 42.8 million which is the equivalent of 117,339 attacks per day.

  • Exploring today's top security concerns

    30.09.2014

    Security related topics are often front and center in the 24-hour news cycle, but what concerns Americans the most? According to a new national survey from University of Phoenix College of Criminal Justice and Security, identity theft (70 percent) and personal cybersecurity (61 percent) are the security issues of greatest concern.

  • The Crime-as-a-Service business model

    30.09.2014

    A service-based criminal industry is developing, in which specialists in the virtual underground economy develop products and services for use by other criminals.




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Hackers indicted for stealing Apache helicopter training software

Posted on 1 October 2014.  |  Members of a computer hacking ring have been charged with breaking into computer networks of prominent technology companies and the US Army and stealing more than $100 million in intellectual property and other proprietary data.


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