Tiny, wireless, injectable chips

Tiny, wireless, injectable chips use ultrasound to monitor body processes

Those who follow regularly will know that innovation is a popular topic in my notes. Innovation is the driver of technology and there are many great things yet to come, just waiting to be invented. But FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, this announcement has the worst timing imaginable.

Source: Tiny, wireless, injectable chips use ultrasound to monitor body processes

Computer related crime characteristics

  • Trap doors – potential offenders are system and application programmers
  • Trojan horses, viruses, worms, salamis and logic bombs – can be detected by comparing program code with backup copies of the same program
  • Masquerading – can be detected through password violations
  • Scanning – potential offenders are spies trying to access systems for targeted data
  • Dumpster diving – may be detected by analyzing the data left over after the job execution.

 

  • Timing attacks – potential offenders are advanced system analysts and computer programmers
  • Wiretapping or eavesdropping – may be detected by tracing origins of equipment and items used to commit the crime
  • Software piracy – commercial software purchasers and users are potential offenders
  • Excess privileges – potentially programmers with access to computer operations staff
  • Data diddling – possible evidence includes source and transaction data