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Who Are the Cyber Criminals?

Cyber criminals committing cyber crimes. It’s the fasting growing crime in today’s technology-driven era. But who are these criminals? Are they lone individuals or teams of clandestine hackers performing malicious activities on digital systems or networks, such as spreading viruses or committing data and identity theft for exploitive purposes? Unfortunately, it’s a combination of both.

But to fully understand who these cyber criminals are, we must first learn more about their personal profile, examine why they do what they do, and recognize their intended targets.

This recent post from Assurance Software takes a look at the persona of today’s cyber criminal.

Read the full post here.

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