Consequences of cybercrime

The number of cybercrimes continues to grow. According to Accenture’s State of Cybersecurity Resilience report for 2021, the number of cyberattacks increased by 31% between 2020 and 2021. The number of attacks per company increased from 206 to 270 in a year. Attacks on companies also affect ordinary people As many organizations store confidential information


What are the types of cybercrimes?

Here are some types of cybercrime: Fraud using e-mail and the Internet Digital identity theft (theft and use of personal data) Theft of payment card data and other financial information Theft and resale of corporate data Cyberschantage (extortion of money under threat of attack) Attacks using ransomware (one of the varieties of cyber-sabotage) Cryptojacking (mining

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Tips for novice ethical hackers

Don’t rely blindly on tools: even if they found something, it doesn’t mean that a particular problem is critical. Analyze each of their recommendations. Soberly assess each security problem, not all of them are critical. The ability to apply incorrect styling to the site is not as important as the risk of compromising the data


What an Ethical Hacker Needs to Know

The simplest testing does not require a large amount of knowledge, it can often be carried out using automated tools. Programming skills are not required for an ethical hacker, but they can help in the profession. This will give an understanding of the groups of errors that could have been made by IT specialists developing