Please join us to learn all about the global impact of Cyber Crime from Inge Bryan - Public Policy Leader & Partner Cyber Risk Services at Deloitte.
In 2019, (according to cbs.nl) 13 percent of people aged 15 and over indicated they had been victims of one or more types of cybercrime. Young people fell victim most often. Property crime, hacking, and interpersonal incidents (defamation, threats, stalking, or bullying), either with or without a sexual connection, are all ways we can be affected. According to the stats office, men and women are equally likely to fall victim to cybercrime. Men are more likely to be hit by a crime against property, while women are more likely to be affected by interpersonal incidents.
The types of cybercrime against businesses most often reported are: Digital theft (for example identity theft, data theft), Extortion, Fraud, Cyber-attacks on websites, and Industrial espionage.
The amount of government data that is vulnerable to hacking is enormous. Think of recent allegations of involvement in election results by hackers or holding data hostage for ransom such as what happened with the University of Maastricht.
The fact that traditional crime is lowering while cybercrime is on a rise, should give us cause to pause. And it’s on this topic that Inge Bryan will make us wiser.
Two questions Inge will focus upon: What do we need to be concerned about and what can we do to prevent it from happening?
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