Three Days… And Still No Answers (Updated)

Update 9:53 10 March 2016: a response (in Italian) was posted in the comments of the previous article and automatically spammed. My apologies for not checking it out before, but I am not notified when a comment is automatically spammed, and this was the case (why didn’t you notify me?). I will reply point-to-point but apparently this does not close the question and answer my enquiries: I asked (now formally) for raw data, not for the generic sources, and I asked to remove my data from the previous reports. I have no intention to restore a collaboration with Clusit.... Read More

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A Few Questions for the Authors of the 2016 Italian Cyber Crime Report

I am seeing a growing buzz around the forthcoming 2016 Italian Cyber Crime Report, which will be officially released on March 15. This report, who is being previewed on several Italian online and paper magazines is “the work of a hundred of experts and a large number of public and private institutions who have shared with CLUSIT information, data, and field experience“.... Read More

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Sixteen Months of Cyber Attacks in Italy

Tomorrow, during the 2012 Security Summit, Edition of Rome, the June Update of the 2012 Italian Report on ICT Security will be unleashed.... Read More

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The First Italian Cybercrime Report is Available [Infographic]

Yesterday, during the Italian Security Summit 2012, the Italian Clusit Association has unveiled the first Italian Cybercrime Report for which I acted as a contributor (in particular I compiled the section dedicated to the Italian Cyber Attacks), putting also at disposal my 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline for the Report’s introduction.... Read More

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