Month: <span>October 2022</span>

Criminal activities are also “Going Digital”

Adding further complexity, adversaries are similarly “going digital”; online criminality is experiencing its own digital transformation revolution manifested largely by: • The speed at which compromise methods and attacker behaviours are distributed as tools. • The evolution of the criminal eco-system which is migrating away from the older online forum …

Long-term harm of indecent images on victims and survivors in today’s digital world

AbstractThe long-term effect on victims and survivors of their images being online is stillsubject to continual research, and more needs to be done empirically to betterunderstand, and help victims over the years to come. In this short opinion paper,we look at some of the factors that are driving exponentially this …

A high common level of cybersecurity in the EU

Critical sectors, such as transport, energy, health and finance, have become increasingly dependent on digital technologies to run their core business. While growing digital connectivity brings enormous opportunities, it also exposes economies and societies to cyber-threats. The number, complexity and scale of cybersecurity incidents are growing, as is their economic …