Cybercrime Scene Investigation: Best Industries 2014

Automated Guided Vehicles, translation services, baby products… and digital forensics: These are among the top eight in Inc.'s "Best Industries 2014".


According to Inc., digital forensics is a fast-growing, billion-dollar market, with the big opportunity lying in computer security.

The article outlines three companies: 1) Malcovery Security, a startup that "helps companies and law enforcement agencies spot the root sources of cyberattacks from email-based malware schemes"; 2) Agari, a company that can identify whether hackers are using your company's brand for phishing emails; and 3) Lastline, a startup that focuses on malware analysis and countermeasures.

You can read the writeup here.

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