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David Skillicorn in Yahoo News Discussing Midland, Ontario Hacking

David Skillicorn was featured in a Yahoo Canada article talking about how the town of Midland, Ontario could have prevented their data from being held ransom by a hacker. You can read the full article here.

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David Skillicorn talks to CBC Radio about Wasaga Beach’s hacking crisis

Dr. Skillicorn discusses the hack and the ransom paid to recover some of the data. Source: CBC Radio

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David Skillicorn on Linguistic Clues to Fraud in Financial Reports

Professor David Skillicorn is in the news today.  The Smith School’s publication, Insight, has an article about the work he did with Lynette Purda-Heeler and Pam Murphy on fraud transmission via language: https://smith.queensu.ca/insight/articles/the_immaculate_deception

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David Skillicorn Talks To The Whig About Combating Child Pornography

The Queen’s School of Computing is pleased to announce that David Skillicorn is in the news today, interviewed by the Belleville Intelligencer in an article entitled Complex war on child porn

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David Skillicorn in the news: Reading credit card data from afar

The School of Computing’s David Skillicorn is in the news today on the subject of credit card data theft. He suggested on GlobalNews.ca that while criminals can create RFID readers and gather credit card data from a distance, processing that … Continue reading

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