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The hardest part of any financially motivated cybercrime is the cash out.
The strategy for cashing out for cyber criminals needs to be easy enough to make it worthwhile and safe enough to stay under the radar of the both the financial institutions involved or law enforcement agents.
As Nigeria gradually joins the rest of the world in adopting and implementing a Digital Economy,there is also the need for law enforcement agencies to harness use of Digital Technology and the knowledge of it in deterring Cybercrimes and sundry online delinquencies and within the ambits of the law.
The Imports Of Covid-19 To Nigeria’s Digital Economy: The Increase In The Use Of Technology & The Need For Efficient Digital Policing And Awareness On Cybersecurity & Cybercrimes
With the huge amount of data and transactions carried out on the internet, there is therefore an urgent need to need carryout extensive awareness campaigns across the country to enlighten the citizens on safety measures to be implemented.
Where there are vulnerabilities, Cybercriminals see opportunities This is especially true in relation to #COVID19. Follow the following advice and learn how to protect yourself & #WashYourCyberHands.
In recent months, COVID-19 has taken over the world.
Take control of your remote working environment and protect yourself from cyber threats.
With the Covid-19 pandemic ravaging the world, and with measures such as social distancing and quarantine being put in place to curb the spread, there is the need to actively deploy the use of technology to reduce human contact and hence the need for a search for an effective and secure means of communicating with each other.
Cyber criminals usually take advantage of matters arising to create a false story to enable them defraud unsuspecting consumers. Unfortunately, Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the spread of coronavirus to exploit and play on the fears of consumers.
Beware of investments on social media offering high returns within a very short period. Only invest if you’re prepared, and can afford, to lose your money.
If high returns are being promised or even suggested, then this means there are higher risks associated with the investment
A keylogger (short for keystroke logger) is a Malicious software (malware) that tracks or logs the keystrokes on your keyboard typically in a covert manner so that you don’t know that your actions are being monitored.