Criminal hackers are responsible for by far the largest number of attacks in cyberspace and have become arguably the biggest threat facing companies. Some groups have organised themselves so thoroughly that they resemble mini-multinationals.
I recently had the great pleasure of being interviewed by Tim Ferriss on his exceptional blog and podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show.
Will the predictions of today turn into the reality of tomorrow? Marc Goodman discusses the future of crime. A journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions, and new ways to think and create. Based on riveting TEDTalks from the world's most remarkable minds...
My interview with BBC Presenter Jamie Kumarasamy on the global security implications of 3D printing. The story was carried live on the BBC and re-broadcast globally, including on NPR in the United States. The audio for the interview is available below.
Through innovation and technology, California think tank Singularity University aims to push the frontiers of progress. But what happens when high-tech advances end up in the wrong hands? Marc Goodman, a high-level consultant to the U.S. government and Interpol, is the Global Security Advisor at Singularity University and discusses the issue with us.
Crimesourcing and Crime as a Service—“Organized crime is exactly that – organized,” said Marc Goodman at this week’s O’Reilly Strata conference, “especially in the field of cyber crime...Technology has allowed cybercriminals to become more like high-growth startups. Datacrime can be scripted and automated and it scales."
Matthew Harwood interviews Marc Goodman on the Future of Security on the 10th Anniversary of 9-11.
Welcome to the age of the Splinternet Openness is the internet's great strength – and weakness. With powerful forces carving it up, is its golden age coming to an end?
"Bitcoins and other virtual currencies have also been used by criminals to launder money, said Marc Goodman, a former cyber crime law enforcement officer with two decades of experience who now runs his own consultancy, the Future Crimes Institute. "The case of Bitcoin and the malware used to steal them is instructional: you never...
By Ted Greenwald, Contributor Forbes Magazine This article is also available on the Forbes website here. Disruptive businesses transform the economy, as Joseph Schumpeter famously observed, but they also transform society at large. And since commerce requires a buying public, entrepreneurs and businesspeople have a huge stake in the policy questions that arise around emerging...
I was recently interviewed on the Big Picture Science program on the Future of Crime. The program was entitled “Whodunit, Who’ll Do It?” and the interview was done by SETI’s Seth Shostak. Listen to it here. Also available on iTunes and NPR.
Interpol security adviser Marc Goodman says that organized crime groups have created a highly efficient, global, underground economy for stolen data. Goodman sees the opportunity for artificial intelligence-based technologies that scour the net looking for criminal activity. All these data that we are gathering also make it possible to thwart cybercrime, after all.