Cyber attacks are set to increase in sophistication, size and volume

US Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, rates cyber attacks and cyber espionage as bigger threat than terrorism (photo: dpa)
US Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, rates cyber attacks and cyber espionage as bigger threat than terrorism (photo: dpa)

New trends in cyber attacks are emerging which threaten to provoke unprecedented crises to a country’s economy, safety, health, sanitation and civil peace. The cyber threats are being launched increasingly by organised cyber criminals who are using technology for activities ranging from theft and espionage to blackmailing individuals, companies and governments. This is the final part in our series on cyber threats. It looks in detail at what threats will be posed in the future and whether industry and governments are equipped to deal with them.

CYBER attacks and cyber crime have become a massive threat to industry and governments across the globe.

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