How much would a cybercriminal, nation state or organized crime group pay for blueprints on how to exploit a serious, currently undocumented, unpatched vulnerability in all versions of Microsoft Windows?

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Cybercrime is one of the most talked-about and least understood topics in the news today, but the truth is that cybercrime operates much like any legitimate business. There are integrated marketing campaigns, risk and cost analysis, R&D, even Black Friday deals--all of the things you would normally associate with any company trying to win over customers.

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Trustwave found that the pressure on practitioners is growing, a cyber-security skills gap is becoming worse, and assembling the right strategy and collection of solutions is more difficult than ever. Consequently, the things security professionals most fear as a result of a breach are damage to the company's reputation and finances, and losing their job.

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The PCI Data Security Standard version 3.2 not only includes new requirements to safeguard payment data, including multifactor authentication, but also “advocates that organizations focus on people, process and policy, with technology playing an important role in reducing the overall cardholder data footprint.”

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Cyber crime is an increasingly serious business and a new report released by Trustwave looks at the top trends from the past year based on real-world data from data breach investigations.

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Contrary to popular belief, cybercriminals are not all solo-operating, pizza-eating basement dwellers. Cybercrime is a global business with sky-high margins, and many of the most popular tools used by cybercriminals are developed by professional (though shady) software and services companies competing for market share.

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Karl Sigler is threat intelligence manager at Chicago-based cybersecurity company Trustwave. Sigler said the team tests the USB attack frequently — they drop USBs in the parking lot, the bathroom, the lobby — and it’s almost guaranteed that someone will plug them in.

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