The Canadian Press

2015-10-07 | Malware Research

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As use of the Internet has exploded in the 21st century, so has the number of malware attacks around the world. But a researcher at the University of New Brunswick is trying to do something about it. Natalia Stakhanova (stack-han-NOH'-vuh) has begun a five-year project trying to unlock the digital fingerprints of hackers who are out to get your money and personal information. She says it's an attempt to get ahead of the hackers. (According to a 2014 report by Intel Security, the estimated annual cost to the global economy from cyber crime is more than 400-billion dollars. Doug Cooke, director of sales engineering at Intel Security Canada, says more than 400-million different pieces of malware have been detected around the world.)

Date: 2015-10-07
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

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