How is your organization protected?
More and more criminals are exploiting the speed, convenience and anonymity of the Internet to commit a diverse range of criminal activities that know no borders, either physical or virtual, cause serious harm and pose very real threats to victims worldwide.
Although there is no single universal definition of cybercrime, law enforcement generally makes a distinction between two main types of Internet-related crime:
- Advanced cybercrime (or high-tech crime) – sophisticated attacks against computer hardware and software
- Cyber-enabled crime – many ‘traditional’ crimes have taken a new turn with the advent of the Internet, such as crimes against children, financial crimes and even terrorism.
New trends in cybercrime are emerging all the time, with estimated costs to the global economy running to billions of dollars.
In the past, cybercrime was committed mainly by individuals or small groups. Today, we are seeing highly complex cybercriminal networks bring together individuals from across the globe in real time to commit crimes on an unprecedented scale.
NeoSystems works with an extensive alliance network including adversarial research and engineering experts to combat cybercrime. Contact us to learn more about our comprehensive solutions!