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RE: computer crime statistics

Another good source is the Symantec Internet Threat report, I find it has a bit more detailed analysis than the VBS report but both are valuable-



-----Original Message-----
From: Scotty [mailto:scott.nielsen@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2009 2:35 PM
To: McDonnell, Michael
Cc: Choon Ming; bugtraq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; full-disclosure-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: computer crime statistics

Try the Verizon Business Data Breach investigations report.  I think it 
has some statistics you are looking for.



McDonnell, Michael wrote:
> You probably will have more look searching databases provided by your local
> library. If your local University has a data librarian they might be able to
> help find sources of data (if they even exist). A reference librarian can
> show you how to search various databases of scholarly research to see if
> anyone has done any surveys etc. and published their findings.  I'd start
> with IEEE Explore and the ACM Digital Library. The National Criminal Justice
> Reference Service *might* be able to provide some guidance as well.
> --
> Michael McDonnell, GCIA
> Network Security Analyst
> University of Alberta Libraries
> Information Technology Services
> michael.mcdonnell@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Choon Ming [mailto:choonming2002@xxxxxxxxx]
>> Sent: Sunday, July 26, 2009 8:11 AM
>> To: bugtraq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; full-disclosure-
>> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: computer crime statistics
>> Good day to all of you,
>> I'm having loads of troubles finding computer crimes' statistics
>> (crimes
>> that are related to physical security - eg. Login, root access,
>> ntlm/sam,
>> etc). I did some search on google and many other websites. But I've yet
>> to
>> encounter a statistics or survey for the mentioned above computer
>> crime.
>> Does anyone have any idea where I can get them?
>> Thank you.

Scott Nielsen
USU IT Security Team
(435) 797-1804