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'It's difficult to overstate the unprecedented nature of this conspiracy, in which members of a foreign intelligence service directed and empowered criminal hackers to conduct a massive cyber-attack against 500 million victim user accounts,' said John Bennett, FBI special agent in charge for the San Francisco field office.
In addition to foreign governments, bad actors at telecommunications companies or individual criminal hackers trying to drain peoples' bank accounts could also be suspects, Nohl said.
Many fraudsters are understood to be employing criminal hackers with the sophistication of the best penetration testers.
Wagner, a member of the House Financial Services Committee, noted that the IRS estimated recently that more than 100 million Americans have had their personal identification stolen by criminal hackers. "This is after the September Equifax bombshell that over 145 million U.S.
Welsh NHS computer system bosses insisted they have measures in place to guard against criminal hackers.
Whether you blame her husband for that or criminal hackers depends where your own sympathies lie, and who you believe.
The findings echo Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's "rigged election" theme and rising apprehension over foreign or criminal hackers.
As ICT systems are extended and merged, there is growing fear that sensitive data that is collected and held by public entities will be vulnerable to criminal hackers or other types of unauthorised disclosure.
GENEVA, Dhu-AlHijjah 24, 1437, Sep 25, 2016, SPA -- Swiss voters are casting ballots to decide whether to grant new powers to Switzerland's intelligence services, such as tracking internet activity, snooping on email boxes and tapping phones to better fight spies, criminal hackers and violent extremists, AP reported.
With criminal hackers becoming more effective at breaking into computer systems, cybersecurity researchers, government agencies, and academics are looking to artificial intelligence (AI) to detect -- and fight -- cyberattacks.
Summary: With criminal hackers becoming more effective at breaking into computer systems, cybersecurity researchers, government agencies, and academics are looking to artificial intelligence (AI) to detect ...
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