Earlier this month, I pointed out the ways that cyber criminals are purposely tricking users into visiting fake or malicious websites. One of those ways is typosquatting, which relies on typographical errors made by Internet users who misspell domain names or mistype legitimate website addresses into a Web browser.
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PwC announced the results of the 2012 Global State of Information Security Survey earlier this week. The 9th annual survey interviewed nearly 10,000 security experts from 138 countries.
I haven't talked about the Zeus botnet lately. There was a period of time when I couldn't go a day without reading about Zeus or without getting an email with some news about the botnet.
This hasn't been a great year for data protection — just ask Sony or Lockheed Martin or anybody on Anonymous's hit list. Of course, it isn't just large corporations that need to worry.