The New World of the Computer Hacker

April 06, 2016

By Morgan Piscitelli

Cybercrime has become a household term over the last year, due to the excess of high-profile, well-publicized cases of compromised computer systems at organizations like Sony, Target, Home Depot, and J.P. Morgan Chase. Cases like these make most people think that the risk of cybercrime only comes from far away, and typically involves a breach of massive amounts of sensitive corporate data, personal information, and credit card details. While these outside hackers are a significant component of high-tech crime, “insiders” – threats from within the organization (even a not-for-profit) – are often a bigger danger and are sometimes overlooked. 

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