Keeping up with today’s cyber reality
Paul Stokes examines the cybercriminal trends we can expect to see in 2016 and reveals what organisations can do to protect themselves against these emerging threats
As long as humans have formed societies, marginal elements of those societies have engaged in all manner of crimes. Theft, fraud, extortion and other asset-related offences have persisted for millennia and continue to be fundamental elements of human activity. Crime is an unsolvable problem that is, at best, managed, remediated and punished based on extensive investigations of law-enforcement authorities.
The advent of computers and of networks linking them has seen . . .