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There’s just no end to the ingenious techniques hackers use to enrich themselves at the expense of innocent victims. Indeed, next to Silicon Valley, there may be no greater fount of innovation than the mythical realm Ed Cabrera, Trend Micro Inc.’s chief cybersecurity officer, refers to as “Crimicon Valley.”
Cabrera was one of several security experts this week at the RSA Conference in San Francisco to offer ChannelPro a guided tour of the cybercrime world’s latest threats, as well as a glimpse of the even scarier threats likely to come in the future.
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