Tuesday, December 31, 2013

12 grapes, 12 links

Bye, bye 2013! Each of you may have your own opinion about the year that ends today. Indeed today is a day to take stock. Therefore, we will collect  the 12 news on information security and cybercrime that have interested you most over the past 12 months.





«Patrolling» around social networks: how the Networking Group of Spanish National Police works

Twitter Burger King’s account hacked and McDonald's logo published

Hackers attacked American Express’ website

Chema Alonso’s talk at #Securmática2013 event

Created the European Group on Cybersecurity to combat international cybercrime

Talks about security by Mikko Hypponen at TED

Anatomy of a hack: How crackers ransack passwords like “qeadzcwrsfxv1331”

Ransomware on Android: It was only a matter of time

Whitepaper: Big data and the future of security

SQL Injection, XSS and URL Redirect found in popular websites

Meet the 'Assassination Market' creator who's crowdfunding murder with bitcoins

How an undercover agent brought down a $50 million cybercrime ring

CIGTR’s team wishes you a great night. If you are in Spain, do not choke on grapes! Happy New Year to you all!

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