engine - 3:26 pm on Jun 3, 2013 (gmt 0)
Being close to the money for big time crooks means attacking banks, I would guess, but I also would have thought that users are just as likely to be close to the money, and far more likely to have inadequete defenses.
There's a nice video demo in that report.
"The closer you are to cash, the closer you'll be to getting attacked," he said. "The importance lies not in what you are doing but in quantifying the risks you face."It's Easy To Hack Some Web Sites and Compromise Users' Security [bbc.co.uk] "The question is not whether you can get in, usually you can because the more you dig the deeper you get," he said. "The more important thing is what risks you expose and what damage could that do."