Posts Tagged 'E-Commerce'

If you haven’t realized it by now, here’s fair warning (especially for the guys)—Saturday is Valentine’s Day. And, if you’re like me it’s yet another day that I have to remember on the calendar besides my anniversary and wife’s birthday to buy overpriced flowers or candy for the hubbub around this holiday. Unfortunately, cybercriminals use […]

Have you ever wondered what kind of superpower you’d have? I’ve always wanted to send messages and ideas with my mind to others. My dream can sort of come true with near-field communications (NFC). You’ve might not have heard of NFC, but if you have a smartphone, there’s a good chance you’ve used it. If […]

In the U.S. it’s Thanksgiving week and that means after Thursday, the holiday season will be in full force. Not only is it time to bring out the tinsel while jamming out to Michael Bublé’s holiday CD (I can finally listen to all the holiday music I want without judgment), it’s also time to buckle […]

Money acts as one of the key drivers for cybercrime. Add to this cybercrime’s lower risk than traditional crime, and there is little wonder that we are witnessing the evolution of crime to the digital sphere. In previous research papers, we focused on the service-based nature of cybercrime, in which anybody can be a cybercriminal […]

This post is the first in a series of articles that will expand on the recently released McAfee Labs 2014 Threats Predictions. In this and upcoming posts, McAfee Labs researchers will offer their views of new and evolving threats we expect to see in the coming year. This article was written by Dr. Igor Muttik and […]