cyber crime

if more money is allocated will that reduce our exposure to cyber crime

If more money is allocated will that reduce our exposure to cyber crime?

Throwing more money at most problems seems to help It is common to think that spending more money on the problem will reduce your organisation’s exposure to cyber crime. It seems to be logical thinking. After all; about $75 billion was spent on solutions to cyber crime in 2015 which cost the globe an estimated …

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why are IT teams struggling to defend against cyber crime

Why are IT teams struggling to defend against cyber crime?

Is IT ineffective against cyber crime or could there be another factor at play? The reason IT (information technology) teams struggle to defend against cyber criminals is not for lack of trying, but because of the nature of what they do compared to what cyber crime actually is. Here are three problems with which continue …

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isn’t there some technology we can buy?

Isn’t there some technology we can buy that can solve the cyber crime problem?

The silver bullet every IT professional wishes they had If only it were that simple. We all like to think that there is a silver bullet. A single solution that will put an end to the growing cyber crime pandemic. The best we can aim for is to reduce cyber crime to within the risk …

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why can’t we discover the identities of cyber criminals

Why can’t we discover the identities of cyber criminals and put them in prison?

Take off that mask! The ultimate goal once a cyber breach has occurred, naturally, would be to uncover the identities of whomever was responsible and have those persons convicted for breaking the law. This is the concept of attribution. In theory this sounds simple, but in reality it is anything but. Let’s look at a …

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