Everywhere we look, someone is attempting to use the technology on which we rely, against us. Here are 10 best books based on cybercrime.
she went out drinking and let a strange man with a seductive Russian accent draw her to his home on Lake Shore Drive.
The most evasive hacker to ever access a computer was Kevin Mitnick.
The world has profited greatly from technological advancements, but there is a sobering downside: our technology can be used against us.
A apparently unrelated occurrence happened five months later. A computer security company in Belarus was contacted to debug certain Iranian machines.
Dan Brown’s riveting book, Digital Fortress, focused his razor-sharp research and storytelling abilities on the National Security Agency.
The world saw the beginning of a mystery wave of cyberattacks in 2014. The attacks grew bolder and bolder, focusing on American utility firms, NATO.
It’s a new chapter in Zenobia July’s life. She now resides in Maine with her aunts after formerly living in Arizona with her father.
The Silk Road, a secret Web site hosted on the Dark Web where anybody may trade anything—drugs, hacking software, false passports.
The real-life account of Max Butler, a brilliant hacker was the head of a billion-dollar cybercrime organization.
Investigative reporter and cybersecurity specialist Brian Krebs exposes the criminal masterminds behind some of the largest spam and hacker operations.