Cybercrime and the Broken Windows Theory (Part 2)
Imagine a building, it's abandoned, but in good condition and newly built. A couple of teenagers walk past it and one of them can't think of anything other than throwing a rock and breaking a windowpane.
Cybercrime and the Broken Windows Theory
It seems pretty obvious to say that cybercrime has its own characteristics that make it very different from "analog" crime, or crime that occurs in the physical world.
Cybercrime. Old wine in new bottles?
Cybercrime is still a relatively new phenomenon that justice officials and crime scholars themselves have not yet been able to adapt to. The police are still incapable of effectively persecuting cybercriminals with the same level of operability and ...
Evolution of the cybercrime market: from thieves to a regulated system
There's no doubt that the technological advances and new forms of communication are leading us into an increasingly digital world. The ways people interact and communicate, the workplace and the very functioning of the economy and markets are all ...
CYBERCRIME.ORG. Cybercrime as a Business
Cybercrime seems very recent and modern, but at the dizzying pace everything happens today, this is a phenomenon that has already gone through several stages of evolution and development.
Essential online banking threat trends for 2019
Financial institutions worldwide suffered numerous cyberattacks in 2018. For instance, cybercriminals targeted seven of the largest European banks in April, including the Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander and Tesco Bank, in April, unleashing an ...
Opportunity makes the cybercriminal
Just imagine that you are strolling down the street near a mailbox and a few feet away you see what appears to be a letter lying on the ground.
Cyberfraud and emotional detachment
A group of golfers were asked whether they would feel capable of moving the ball with their hand to place it in a more favorable position. A high percentage of these players said that they would not.
Deep Learning in cybersecurity: the definitive tool
Almost everyone has heard of or seen the well-known movie Blade Runner, by famous director Ridley Scott. This futuristic 1982 film recreates a world where machines can think for themselves and make decisions.