Digital Threat Actors: Organized Criminals

Digital Threat Actors: Organized Criminals

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Anytime there is a chance or a racket to flee, organized criminals will naturally appear. And it looks like they have for the past decade. As more people and devices become connected in the wake of the digital transformation, there are more opportunities to make a profit. The sad reality is that crime always has and always will pay. In fact, financial crime is so widespread today that even actors of national and state threats appear to be earn money from their activities by re-victimizing and extorting their targets for personal gain.

Even the old school criminals who used to walk the streets have evolved and learned new ways to make a profit online. Drug dealers, for example, are the need to …

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