"Although experts predict that retail cyberattacks are likely to increase, the long-term forecast is a matter of debate. Companies may succeed in strengthening their defenses over the next several months, deterring hackers. Or, the surge of stolen credit card information on the market may cause a glut and drop prices to the point at which incentives for new attacks shrink, said Christin, the Carnegie Mellon researcher. Currently, the price is about $15 to $20 per card.Target breach could represent leading edge of wave of serious cybercrime - The Washington Post
“From a researcher’s point of view, it’s actually very interesting,” he said. “I think there’s going to be market saturation.”"
Monday, February 10, 2014
Target breach could represent leading edge of wave of serious cybercrime - The Washington Post
Supply and demand...