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By Donn B. Parker

Who're the cybercriminals and what will we do to prevent them? From the number 1 cybercrime specialist, a progressive new method of . battling computing device Crime A best machine crime specialist explains why present computing device protection tools fall dangerously in need of the mark and what we will be able to do to mend them. in line with his 30 years as a cybercrime fighter, within which he interviewed greater than 2 hundred perpetrators and their sufferers, Donn B. Parker presents worthwhile technical perception concerning the capability cybercriminals hire, in addition to penetrating mental insights into their legal habit and motivations. utilizing many riveting real-life crime tales to demonstrate his issues, he reveals:* Who your maximum safeguard threats relatively are (be ready for a few surprises!)* Why staff present process divorce will be your organization's maximum laptop defense threat* the way to conquer cyberterrorists who will hire any high-tech or low-tech ability essential to crash your systems.* potent countermeasures for every danger lined within the booklet* the way to neutralize even the main robust cybercrime scheme makes an attempt* Why and the way the wrong, incomplete, inarticulate protection folks artwork has to be revitalized

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E-cash and cybercash) will become the norm. Weatherford predicts that electronic money will supplement, rather than replace, coins and paper and plastic money. , paper and coins) in circulation throughout the world, despite the growing use of credit cards and electronic cash transfer. It is, however, unlikely that tangible money will prevail for very much longer. Our growing trust of electronic information leads me to believe that the widespread use of such a convenient-and potentially more secure-form of money is inevitable.

The first occurred 2500 years ago when people started using coins instead of shells; the second came in the fifteenth century with the development of paper money. , e-cash and cybercash) will become the norm. Weatherford predicts that electronic money will supplement, rather than replace, coins and paper and plastic money. , paper and coins) in circulation throughout the world, despite the growing use of credit cards and electronic cash transfer. It is, however, unlikely that tangible money will prevail for very much longer.

Purchasers pay for both the intangible information and the tangible medium. Of course, the leather and paper pages of a rare volume of Shakespeare's works are more costly than the information that the book contains. The information alone has no monetary value because it is in the public domain, and the leather binding and paper separately would have little value. To provide security against threats to such information, we must recognize these differences. For example, we must protect the possession value of the tangible medium from theft and the authenticity and integrity value of the content from plagiarism.

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