2016: Current State of Cybercrime


Download There is a truism in today's clickable economy: wherever there is commerce, there is also the risk for cybercrime. Whether a financial institution, an Internet storefront that does business with online shoppers, and now even hospitals with the rising tide of ransomware, cybercrime has no boundaries. In fact, anyone with an email address, an inbox, or a social media account is a target. As attackers are well-organized and well-informed, take advantage of the latest fraud-as-a-service innovations and capitalize on shared intelligence in the deep web, organizations must be prepared to do the same. This paper examines the current state of cybercrime and how organizations and individuals are responding to the industrialized cybercrime threat.

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