Event: Join the Future of Privacy Debate on Sept 14th
September 9, 2010 by Dissent
Save the date! Join the debate on September 14th from 11:30 to 13:30 (Eastern European Time) when the Internet Society and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) will host a panel discussion about the future of Internet Privacy, live from the 2010 Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Identity and anonymity
Privacy enhancing technologies/privacy by design
Law and enforcement
Send your questions to the panel
If you have any questions you would like the panelists to address, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
For my Computer Security students
Cybercriminals Create 57,000 Fake Sites Each Week
Posted by CmdrTaco on Thursday September 09, @11:32AM
"In a recent investigation, it was discovered that cybercriminals are creating 57,000 new 'fake' websites each week looking to imitate and exploit approximately 375 high-profile brands. eBay and Western Union were the most targeted brands, making up 44 percent of exploited brands discovered. Visa, Amazon, Bank of America and PayPal also heavily targeted by cybercriminals. Banks comprise the majority of fake websites by far with 65 percent of the total. Online stores and auction sites came in at 27 percent, with eBay taking the spot as the No. 1 most targeted brand on the Web today."
How did we “Google” before we had computers?