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SMB's: Cybercrime's Number 1 Target

Posted: 27 February 2019

With all the headline breaches focusing on the more high profile victims of cyber breaches, you could be forgiven for thinking that the SMB sector is overlooked by hackers in favour of the big prize targets such as Ashley Madison, Three Mobile, Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Target. That isn’t the case, SMB’s are in fact taking the brunt of cyber-attacks and in some cases providing a route into the bigger high profile targets…

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Cybercrime Laws: What Internet Fraud Victims Need to Know

Posted: 06 December 2017

As the Internet continues to be an important part of our lives, it also becomes a more dangerous avenue for cybercrime. The risk increases as the massive online community’s use of the Internet becomes more rampant. And despite the public being aware of cybersecurity issues, anonymous online criminals are able find more victims and creative ways to commit Internet fraud with the use of Internet services or software programs with web access.

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What Happened to the World's Most Famous Bitcoin Wallets?

Posted: 26 July 2017

2017 may be remembered as the year of the botched cyber heist, when mass infections of ransomware variants embarrassed some of the world's largest and most famous organisations but earned their creators little more than notoriety. With mystery surrounding identity and motive, we may never get to the bottom of the full story but we may be able to draw some conclusions by following the money.

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WannaCry: The Worlds Cybercrime Wake-Up Call

Posted: 15 May 2017

If there was a person in the world who didn’t know what ransomware was, they probably do now. On Friday the 12th of May 2017, what was initially dismissed as an issue on NHS (National Health Service) England’s IT system quickly developed into a global incident involving computers, laptops and servers in 150 (and still counting) countries.

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Could Cybercrime be the most Profitable Industry in the World?

Posted: 23 February 2017

2016 will be written in the history books as a turbulent twelve months. One which saw large fluctuations in currency values, a fall in the price of oil, the political fallout of Brexit, India’s savage attempt to reduce corrupt payments, the tussling of the election of the President of the United States, endless record busting data breaches and denial of service attacks affecting entire geographical regions.

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