A certificarlo è l’ultimo rapporto sulla sicurezza informatica stilato da Verizon, colosso statunitense delle telecomunicazioni, che ha analizzato oltre 63mila disastri digitali avvenuti nel 2013. Sessanta pagine di dati e grafici, che mostrano come il campionario del cyber crimine si sia espanso a dismisura, in poco tempo. Diventando sempre più un affare per professionisti: Circa due terzi degli attacchi vengono da gruppi organizzati, che li sfruttano per fare soldi, dice Christopher Novak, capo del gruppo di investigatori informatici che ha curato il rapporto..

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Moon as Chronometer for Rectification of Birth Time L. Ramakumar and Vemuri V. Ramakrishna. If the historical record (and common sense) did not insist otherwise, you might walk away from the documentary “Crips and Bloods: Made in America” thinking that the story of two of the most notoriously violent gangs in Los Angeles and the story of that city’s nongangbanging African American population are one and the same.That they are not identical goes without saying. And yet, in his excavation of Los Angeles gang life past and present, the director Stacy Peralta conflates these separate if at times overlapping black histories to such a ridiculous degree that he undermines even the most persuasive parts of his argument.The image of a glittering downtown Los Angeles skyline turned upside down, which opens Stacy Peralta’s sobering “Crips and Bloods: Made in America,” is both striking and unnerving. With that image, Peralta telegraphs a theme that will resonate in chilling ways throughout his new documentary that geography matters and that we are heading into a world that’s been upended.Just as you settle in for what you hope will be new insights into the much parsed history of the deadly Crips and Bloods gangs, Peralta’s geographic dissection of their rise through aerial maps detailing their areas of control, he sends us back in time..