Tag: Cybercrime
October 28, 2021

Big Tech’s Relationship with Law Enforcement

The relationship between big tech and policing relationship can be a double-edged sword: while the information gathered and stored by big tech companies is invaluable to law enforcement, it also opens up new questions and concerns about privacy and security.

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April 26, 2021

Catch Me If You Can: 3 Ways Cybercrime is Challenging Modern Policing

Rapidly evolving cybercrime techniques pose an increasingly critical obstacle to policing around the world. In this blog article, we identify the three most important challenges faced by law enforcement when investigating and cracking down on cybercrime.

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April 3, 2020

How cybercriminals are taking advantage of COVID-19

Over the last few months, opportunists have been trying to make money from the pandemic by either sending ´phishing´ emails, hacking or selling counterfeit goods.

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January 27, 2020

Did Google Just Make It Harder for Police to Catch Criminals?

After January 31st, Google will start asking law enforcement to pay for access to suspected criminals’ data. What does this mean for the future?

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August 2, 2019

How Cyber Criminals use Social Media to Scam

Reports of cybercrime involving social media grew by more than 30,000% between 2015 and 2017 in the US…

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July 29, 2019


The report comes at a time when cryptocurrency hacks have been in the spotlight. In the recent hack of the Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, almost 58 billion yen ($547 million) was stolen of a cryptocurrency called NEM.

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July 24, 2019

Digital Tech vs Terrorism and Online Propaganda

The internet has become a weapon for terrorists, who use social media and other technologies to organize, recruit and spread propaganda. So is it possible to turn technology around and use it to not only catch terrorists but predict and potentially stop terror attacks before they happen?

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