Code, Crime, Complexity: Analyzing software with forensic psychology

Code, Crime, Complexity: Analyzing software with forensic psychology

•Extra Credit

•Give me your thoughts on the TED talks and any common themes that you noticed.

Code, Crime, Complexity: Analyzing software with forensic psychology

•| Adam Tornhill | TEDxTrondheim

•This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Code city is corrupt with and hunting down the criminals can be a tough job. Adam Tornhill investigates the code with forensic psychology to find programming bugs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJ_hplxTYJw

•15 min

TED – Why Hackers Make Good Citizens

•Catherine Bracy

https://www.ted.com/talks/catherine_bracy_why_good_hackers_make_good_citizens?language=en

•10 min

TED – Fighting Viruses, Defending the Net

Mikko Hypponen

https://www.ted.com/talks/mikko_hypponen_fighting_viruses_defending_the_net

•17 min

•It’s been 25 years since the first PC virus (Brain A) hit the net, and what was once an annoyance has become a sophisticated tool for crime and espionage. Computer security expert Mikko Hyppönen tells us how we can stop these new viruses from threatening the internet as we know it.

TED – Everyday Cybercrime and What We Can Do About It

•James Lyne

https://www.ted.com/talks/james_lyne_everyday_cybercrime_and_what_you_can_do_about_it

•17min

•How do you pick up a malicious online virus, the kind of malware that snoops on your data and taps your bank account? Often, it’s through simple things you do each day without thinking twice. James Lyne reminds us that it’s not only the NSA that’s watching us, but ever-more-sophisticated cybercriminals, who exploit both weak code and trusting human nature.

Instructions:

· Give me your thoughts on the TED talks and any common themes that you noticed.

· Compare and contrast between them

· 1 to 2 pages write up


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