From the shadows of World War II to the cloak-and-dagger days of the Cold War, the art of espionage
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From the shadows of World War II to the cloak-and-dagger days of the Cold War, the art of espionage and surveillance underwent a seismic metamorphosis to become digitalised and saw the birth of cybercrime and cyberwar.
Today, we stand at the precipice of a digital revolution that has shattered borders, erased limitations, and will, if not addressed, cause further disruption, chaos, and economies to fail.
No longer confined by geographical boundaries or attribution barriers, cybercrime now prowls every street and impacts every human being. As poorly educated and poorly managed Internet Assets act as access points fuelling an alarming threefold surge in cybercrime since 2020, the imminent danger looms—cybercrime threatens to become the world's No.1 GDP by revenue.
Brace yourself for an eye-opening journey through the profound implications of this profound evolution that until addressed head on, continues to be debilitating on a global scale impacting the global economy and all of our democracies.