Unless you live off-grid and offline, you’ll be familiar with cybercrime. It’s likely you’ve even been the victim of a cyberattack already – though you might not be aware of it.
With 33 billion electronic records expected to be stolen in 2023, according to the latest Mimecast State of Email Security report, the world of cybercrime is vast and, for those attempting to understand and resolve it, the landscape is ever-changing. From receiving a shady text from the Post Office to having your email compromised following your Ferrari upgrade, letting your guard down online simply isn’t an option.
While a good VPN combined with up-to-date anti-virus software will cover your IP address and give you more general peace of mind while browsing, when it comes to protecting yourself from cybercrime, there’s always more that can be done. Cybercrime is by no means new and some of the most prominent cases — such as WannaCry, Petya, NotPetya which disrupted at least 81 English health trusts and cancelled nearly 19,494 medical appointments — date back to 2017 with continued impact.
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