The Cybersecurity 202: Lawmakers seek to quash ‘Grinch bots’ inflating holiday toy prices
Of course, the threat goes beyond just toys. “For me it’s interesting to see the willingness of potentially malicious actors to misuse systems in a variety of ways, and the evolution of those ways over time,” said Dan Cornell, chief technology officer of a Texas-based cybersecurity consulting firm called the Denim Group.
Still, lawmakers sponsoring the bill positioned the problem as more than just an affront to consumers and retailers. It’s also an affront to Christmas, they said.
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