cybercop


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cybercop

A criminal investigator of online fraud or harassment.
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Shawn Henry, a former top cybercop for the FBI, painted a very grim picture of the current status of the cyberwar.
One police force in Spain, where she was created, has shown an interest in employing the undercover cybercop.
A police force in Spain, where she was made, is now looking at ways in which it could employ the undercover cybercop.
With cybercop Jennifer Marsh pleading to the public not to log on, naturally more do, hastening the deaths of the victims.
After playing a case-hardened cybercop in the new thriller Untraceable--and reteaming with cuckold Richard Gere in the upcoming romantic drama Nights of Rodanthe--the 43-year-old Neutrogena ambassador might just become a bigger Hollywoodland icon than her mother-in-law.
I WANT TO COMPLIMENT PETER PIAZZA on the fine article in the June issue about the Cybercop Portal ("Crime Fighters Cast a Wide Net").
PGP Security's products secure over seven million users and include several of the industry's well-known security brands, including Gauntlet Firewall/VPN, PGP Corporate Desktop Privacy Products, the E-Business Server family of products, CyberCop Scanner, and PGP e-ppliances/VPN.
PGP Security's products secure over seven millions users and include several of the industries well-known security brands, including Gauntlet Firewall and VPN, PGP Data Security, CyberCop Scanner, and PGP e-ppliances.
Judge Davies praised Det Con Tony Neate - nicknamed Cybercop by fellow officers - for his "thorough investigation".
Nasdaq: NETA) has introduced the newest version of its CyberCop Monitor product, introducing a unique multi-role security architecture that solves the problem of undetected attacks on critical corporate data.
One possible future product could be NAI's CyberCop intrusion and detection product bundled on Sun's web server, he added.
You can't access 911 and get a cybercop to pop onto your screen and nail the con artists.