Welke type cybercriminaliteit verwacht men in Europa? PDF Afdrukken E-mailadres

Welke type cybercriminaliteit verwacht men in Europa?

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... The increasing exploitation of Big Data and personal data will enable criminal groups to carry out complex and sophisticated identity frauds on previously unprecedented levels.

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Key drivers for future change

  • Innovation in transportation and logistics will enable organised crime groups to increasingly commit crime anonymously over the Internet, anywhere and anytime, without being physically present.
  • Nanotechnology and robotics will open up new markets for organised crime and deliver new tools for sophisticated criminal schemes.
  • The increasing exploitation of Big Data and personal data will enable criminal groups to carry out complex and sophisticated identity frauds on previously unprecedented levels.
  • E-waste is emerging as a key illicit commodity for organised crime groups operating in Europe.
  • Economic disparity across Europe is making organised crime more socially acceptable as organised crime groups will increasingly infiltrate economically weakened communities, portraying themselves as providers of work and services.
  • Organised crime groups will increasingly attempt to infiltrate industries that depend on natural resources, to act as brokers or agents in the trade.
  • Virtual currencies increasingly enable individuals to act as freelance criminal entrepreneurs operating on a crime-as-a-service business model without the need for a sophisticated criminal infrastructure to receive and launder money.
  • Organised criminal groups will increasingly target, but also provide illicit services and goods to, a growing population of elderly people exploiting new markets and opportunities.
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