Wealth management is all about reinvestment and diversification. You can't just sit on billions of stolen login credentials, or credit card numbers, and expect to magically build equity. Do you want to be pushing 70 and still haggling over zero-day exploits in some Czech darknet forum? Good. Now: Listen to the pros.
At the Black Hat hacker conference in dystopian Las Vegas, researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek will soon present the latest in what appears to be their personal hobby of revealing how "smart car" digital interfaces can be hijacked by malicious parties to murder you. (They have good news, also.)
Russia is hoping that 3.9 million roubles will be sufficient to produce a feasibility study on cracking Tor—a nonprofit service that reroutes internet traffic to anonymize user's IP addresses. Turns out: They could have saved over 3.7 million roubles just by switching to whatever these guys at Carnegie Mellon did!