martes, 26 de junio de 2012

The Global Security Map - A Question and Answer Session on Cybercrime

Reporter Anthony Savarese talked with Jart Armin, Director of HostExploit, about Internet safety following the May publication of the inaugural' Global Security Report' and launch of the 'Global Security Map' an interactive tool displaying global hot spots for cybercrime according to geographic location. The HostExploit 'Global Security Map' project is in collaboration with Russian group Group-IB and CSIS in Denmark, known collectively as the European Cyber Security Federation, ECYFED.

The following is a transcript of the interview called 'Global Security Report'. The original is published in Italian on the website:
Everyone knows that cybercrime is hosted on servers around the world, but where? A new interactive web-based tool is designed to provide a greater understanding in this domain in search of solutions to a global problem. How much cybercrime is served by registered hosting providers of a single country?

An interesting question, which can now begin to be answered thanks to a collaborative initiative between HostExploit (Cyberdefcon Group Ltd.), the Russian group Group-IB and CSIS in Denmark. The Global Security Map displays global hot spots for cybercriminal activities according to geographic location.

The global security map is in a rapid stage of development and at the beginning of a long-term research cycle. Work is currently underway and there will be further improvements to the tool, which will allow users to drill down seamlessly from the world level, region, country, to trade on the internet, for AS (Autonoous System) and ISPs, and finally, IP, domains and URLs.



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