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This chapter tells you what to do when bad things happen. Even if you follow all the advice, you can still be a victim, either because someone else was negligent or because your system is breached despite your best efforts. Sometimes, it is just plain bad luck. However you become a victim, you can still minimize the damage and recover. Although being hacked is always an annoyance, it does not have to be a disaster.
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See Brian Krebs, “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace the Security Freeze,” KrebsonSecurity, June 15, 2015. http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/06/how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-embrace-the-security-freeze/ . Accessed October 2016. Brian Krebs is a cybersecurity journalist whom hackers attack regularly in retaliation for exposing their nefarious schemes. He has experience with resisting and recovering from attack.
File complaints at www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx . Accessed October 2016.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are examples of progress on both sides of the law. Artificial intelligence can be used to both prevent cybercrimes and perform crimes. See John Markoff, “As Artificial Intelligence Evolves, So Does Its Criminal Potential,” New York Times, October 23, 2016. www.nytimes.com/2016/10/24/technology/artificial-intelligence-evolves-with-its-criminal-potential.html . Accessed October 2016.
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