Moderator Austin Morris Jr. , president of Morris Risk Management LLC, guides a panel discussion.
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Bengaluru, June 16:- On an average four Cyber crimes are reported in Karnataka out of which three in Bengaluru city says Cyber cell police.
The statistics compiled of seven Cyber crime police stations set up in the state. In the first five months of the year 679 cases have been registered in the state. Bengaluru alone has 525 cases.
Bengaluru continues to be topping in the cyber crimes among the states in India. State police stations are also registering cases under cheating, impersonating, money laundering cases on which data not shared with cyber cell, majority of the cyber crimes belong to fake job offers, banks frauds, stolen data, debit and credit card fraud, online bullying, offers in the form of SMS,EMAILS, fraudulent online fund transfer comes next.
By creating false accounts belonging to reputed companies, fraudsters create online fake job offers and cheating the aspirants reported very often.
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THAMES Valley’s Police and Crime Commissioner has pledged to tackle cyber crime and support the vulnerable in his plan for the next four years.
PCC Anthony Stansfeld has launched his new police and crime Plan for Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
The document, which covers the period from April 2017 to March 2021, sets out the priorities for policing and other crime reduction organisations across the Thames Valley including the response to regional and national threats.
The new plan consists of five broad strategic priorities which are:
1. Vulnerability – Managing demand on services through working together with a particular focus on mental health, elder abuse, hidden abuse, and the criminal justice experience for victims of domestic and sexual abuse
2. Prevention and Early Intervention – Improving safeguarding in both the physical space and virtual space including tackling cyber crime, road safety, peer on peer abuse, hate crime
Read more at: http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/news/15185897.Thames_Valley_crime_commissioner_outlines_plans_to_tackle_cyber_crime_and_support_vulnerable/
This Feb. 6, 2017 staff file photo shows Ed Peisner with his son Jordan Peisner at their West Hills home.
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“There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be.” — Robert Mueller, former FBI director
More than one Coachella Valley company has been hacked, its computer files locked or frozen by cyber criminals and held for ransom, according to author and computer expert James McFarlin of Rancho Mirage. McFarlin will speak on “cyber security” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, at the Rancho Mirage Public Library.
Computer crime, estimated as a $525 billion industry, is now the “leading source of financial loss on the Internet,” McFarlin recently said. A total of 15.4 million Americans were victims of identity fraud in 2016,
Read more at: http://www.desertsun.com/story/money/business/2017/02/21/rancho-mirage-public-library-hosts-cyber-security-workshop-for-businesses/98199054/