What CIOs can learn from cybercrime syndicates

Studying how gangs operate can be the best way for a chief information officer to counter cybercrime, say security experts

According to Hackmageddon research into the motivations behind cyberattacks during April 2018, some 80.8 per cent were driven by cybercrime. The increasing organisation and sophistication of the criminal fraternity presents an opportunity for the forward-thinking chief information officer (CIO) to understand who and what they are up against. By translating the psychology, motivations and modus operandi of these threat actors into insightful and informed decisions, the CIO can be better prepared to mitigate cyber-risks within the organisation.

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