British security researcher Marcus Hutchins faces up to 10 years in jail after pleading guilty to two of the 10 charges facing him in the US - creating banking trojans in the years before he took a career in infosec.
The increasing frequency of cyber attacks is leading to mass complacency, the chief technology officer of the APAC operations of an Israeli firm has warned, adding that this is contributing to an apathetic mindset that “the worst has already happened”, which is extremely dangerous.
British security researcher Marcus Hutchins will finally have a chance to face a jury trial, with a date of 8 July being set for him in court in Milwaukee, nearly two years after he was arrested in Las Vegas.
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