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Technical Communication sports a P/E ratio of about 7 and has a market cap of about $7 million with only 1.4 million shares outstanding. TCCO designs, manufactures, and supports superior grade secure communications systems that protect highly sensitive information transmitted over a wide range of data, voice and fax networks. TCCO's proven security solutions protect information privacy on every continent in over 100 countries. Government agencies, militaries, financial institutions, telecommunications carriers and multinational corporations worldwide rely on TCCO to protect their communications networks. Of interest is this CNN report out today: "Experts: Cyber-crime bigger threat than cyber-terror" By Michael Coren CNN Wednesday, January 19, 2005 Posted: 12:37 PM EST (1737 GMT) Watch CNN's Veronica De La Cruz's "Defending America" report on cyber-terror on Anderson Cooper 360 tonight at 7 p.m. EDT. (CNN) -- As David Perry left a cyber-security conference in Luxembourg in 2004, an airport terminal handling international flights was in chaos. A network worm known as Sasser was scorching the world's computer systems and had knocked out the airport's reservation desk, stranding delegates in the terminal. In a fable for the information age, conference attendees, among them some of the world's foremost computer security experts, flipped open their laptops and reopened the terminal in a matter of minutes. The paradox of the Internet -- a computer network originally designed to survive nuclear attack succumbing to spam, viruses and other malicious code written by teenagers -- riles computer security experts. "We actually have people abandoning using their computers because it's just too much trouble," said Perry, global director of education for international computer security company Trend Micro. "If that's the case, if it's too much trouble to use the system, then certain changes need to be made." Following the September 11 attacks, fears that terrorists would open a new front in cyberspace spurred Congress to appropriate billions of dollars to improve the security of the nation's electronic infrastructure. The government accelerated a process already under way to defend the most critical systems from attack -- sometimes physically disengaging them from the outside world, computer experts say. In contrast, commercial and private computer networks are increasingly vulnerable. Fundamental reforms are under way to secure the Internet, not necessarily from terrorist attack but from disruptive programs and e-mails that are crippling the system. A new generation of hardware, built directly into the Internet's backbone itself, can stop viruses and malicious software in its tracks. "The terror we're facing is the terror of spam, the terror of spyware, the terror of network worms, but nothing associated with a nation-state," Perry said. "Although I am sure terrorists and secret agents use computers and computer hacking tools for purposes of espionage and sabotage, I don't think cyber-terrorism is quite the threat that we imagine it's going to be." Although the threat of cyber-terrorism exists, the greatest risk to Internet communication, commerce and security is from cyber-crime motivated by profit, Perry said. The Software Engineering Institute, a federally funded research center at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, reports that electronic assaults are growing more sophisticated -- and lucrative. Attacks have evolved from cracking passwords into vast coordinated attacks from thousands of hijacked computers for blackmail and theft. "Attacks against Internet-connected systems have become so commonplace that reports of the number of incidents provide little information [about] the scope and impact of attacks," reported the institute's CERT Coordination Center last year. The center stopped tracking such incidents in 2004 after the number rose from 3,734 in 1998 to 137,529 in 2003. CERT stands for Computer Emergency Readiness Team. Yet those figures account for only the attacks that are reported. "Many companies still seem unwilling to report e-crime for fear of damaging their reputation," Larry Johnson, special agent with the Criminal Investigative Division of the U.S. Secret Service, was quoted as saying in the report. "The technology and resources are there to effectively fight this. We just need to work smarter to do this," Johnson said. Seventy percent of organizations surveyed by CSO magazine, a publication for security executives, reported at least one crime or attack during 2003. Respondents estimated the damage at about $666 million, the magazine said. Forty-three percent of the organizations reported they had more intrusions in 2003 than during the previous year. 'Like testing doorknobs' "There are so many machines connected to the Internet, you will see ... attempts to sweep a whole range of Internet addresses looking for hosts that have weaknesses," said John Curran, chief technology officer of ServerVault, a firm offering secure computer services. "It's like testing doorknobs." Most programs are not inherently destructive. They are just poorly written code designed to spread without erasing data or crashing computers. But their voracious infection rate overwhelms computer networks. Today's computer plagues spread virtually instantaneously. In 2003, the fastest computer worm in history -- the Sapphire Worm, or Slammer -- broke out. Within 10 minutes of the first infection, Slammer had reached 90 percent of the world's vulnerable hosts, doubling in size every 8.5 seconds, according to computer scientists at CAIDA, the Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis, and other research groups. It caused network failures, canceled airline flights, interrupted elections, and crashed ATMs. And it could have been much worse. "It is important to realize that if the worm had carried a malicious payload, had attacked a more widespread vulnerability, or had targeted a more popular service, the effects would likely have been far more severe," the researchers reported. "There is no conceivable way for system administrators to respond to threats of this speed." So, security experts are designing automated defenses. The anti-virus software, routinely updated by companies' programmers, is being replaced by dedicated hardware that regularly scans networks for hostile programs and unusual traffic patterns signaling an attack. Internet service providers, the main conduits for Internet traffic, are cooperating with customers to detect and prevent the spread of network worms. "The threats out there are all manageable," Curran said. "We don't have a silver bullet against any of them, but there is nothing that can't be overcome with good practices."
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#166 TCCO delisted from the Nasdaq to the OTC: Renee 01/22/2021 07:16:34 PM
#165 Wait, can I get my money back? Peepson 01/19/2021 08:45:10 AM
#164 * * $TCCO Video Chart 12-29-2020 * * ClayTrader 12/29/2020 05:00:51 PM
#163 What a surprise. Not Awl416 12/29/2020 02:38:16 PM
#162 Thanks Pedro2004 12/29/2020 01:19:40 PM
#161 What a piece of shit CyrusDaVirus 12/29/2020 01:04:31 PM
#160 Yep big time. Several of these low hweb2 12/29/2020 12:49:18 PM
#159 Wow. Pump and dump today. Pedro2004 12/29/2020 12:21:30 PM
#158 Anyone else following this today? Pedro2004 12/29/2020 12:04:28 PM
#157 Fair point. Stock did hold up better hweb2 08/04/2020 07:22:21 PM
#156 Not sure you can call it a pump jonnyvs 08/04/2020 07:12:49 PM
#155 Sure here's a list of low floaters I've hweb2 08/04/2020 06:51:05 PM
#154 There cant be more than 2million OS....It would BKuhar33 08/04/2020 05:37:40 PM
#153 Today was the 3rd pump & dump in hweb2 08/04/2020 02:45:38 PM
#152 That's all shes got??...Same Old Same Old BKuhar33 08/04/2020 02:22:01 PM
#151 * * $TCCO Video Chart 05-28-2020 * * ClayTrader 05/28/2020 04:31:50 PM
#150 Hmmm looks tempting... tcco Thursday UP Trend 12/26/2019 12:01:37 PM
#149 Ok down some more. Thinking to replay! eom Imott 12/26/2019 10:50:28 AM
#148 Well, that was about it getting over $6 something! Imott 12/26/2019 10:14:26 AM
#147 I don't believe the shorts want to lose Imott 12/26/2019 08:42:59 AM
#146 I'm believing in the short squeeze now! eom Imott 12/25/2019 11:44:16 AM
#145 Still should go up more, imo. Plus, no Imott 12/24/2019 05:58:10 PM
#144 AFTER OUR PICK TCCO GAINED OVER 340% DEC 10 rick99pc 12/20/2019 06:40:05 AM
#143 Wow found out this is a pump and BoilerRoom 12/17/2019 12:51:00 PM
#142 $TCCO lots volume what’s going on here? Can’t BoilerRoom 12/16/2019 11:19:28 AM
#141 * * $TCCO Video Chart 12-12-2019 * * ClayTrader 12/12/2019 05:43:48 PM
#140 TCCO 7.6 after hit lows 5.3 yesterday. 10s PAC 12/12/2019 10:31:54 AM
#139 It Will hover around $3.50 for a week Happycoins 12/11/2019 03:23:42 PM
#138 $TCCO crazy day today BoilerRoom 12/11/2019 01:29:09 PM
#137 TCCO 6.60 bad call. I don't think it's PAC 12/11/2019 11:36:34 AM
#136 * * $TCCO Video Chart 12-10-2019 * * ClayTrader 12/10/2019 05:34:56 PM
#135 $TCCO lets have another strong day tomorrow! BoilerRoom 12/10/2019 04:05:00 PM
#134 Nicee TCCO gonna squeeze into close and ah PAC 12/10/2019 03:36:15 PM
#133 Seeing this stock drop from the Happycoins 12/10/2019 02:33:19 PM
#132 Yes, a 52-week low can certainly launch a davidsson10 12/10/2019 09:26:08 AM
#131 TCCO had perfect set up. swampboots 12/10/2019 09:23:52 AM
#130 Just another day at the office....... davidsson10 12/10/2019 09:19:06 AM
#129 TCCO up 100%+ 4.22. swampboots 12/10/2019 08:29:17 AM
#128 Looks like its now being noticed! .... imbetterthanu 03/31/2019 08:09:03 PM
#127 Yeah I'm surprised this low floater isn't up hweb2 08/06/2018 11:44:17 AM
#126 I like the chart setup here. It makes xio8up 08/06/2018 10:48:32 AM
#125 Nice earning beat on quarterly. Watch this space. Rogerthat1 08/06/2018 08:49:19 AM
#124 Tcco $4.50 *** stock1ace1 04/25/2018 11:07:39 AM
#123 What a swing this would’ve been damn Awl416 12/28/2017 11:41:02 AM
#122 Tcco $6.87 stock1ace1 12/14/2017 11:06:00 AM
#121 Tcco 6.20$ stock1ace1 12/08/2017 11:00:29 AM
#120 Tcco $5.50 stock1ace1 12/07/2017 11:05:58 AM
#119 TCCO backlog as of 7/1/2017 is $2.77 million stanley01 08/21/2017 08:54:43 AM
#118 TCCO Trump to address nation on Afghanistan tonight stanley01 08/21/2017 08:42:03 AM
#117 $$$$$$$$$$$$ easy money Tdash 05/24/2017 03:18:50 PM
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