Is 5G the superhighway for cybercrime?

We live in an always connected world. So much so that in The Netherlands they’ve put the red ‘don’t walk’ light on the ground as people are so engrossed looking down at their mobile device. If you ask how wireless connectivity can be improved: it’s faster download, quicker response and more reliable connection. According to its promise 5G will deliver all that and more! Great news for consumers. But will it be the cybercriminals who are real winners?

The A-E of eSports

For some, the steady growth of eSports is no surprise. For others, they’re just starting to hear about it. With phrases like: “is eSports the future?”; “eSports industry is booming”, it’s worth looking at why there’s so much hype surrounding it.
Put simply, eSports is competitive or professional gaming. Players battle it out to go up the rankings and win prize money. And that’s big business?

Cybercrime: the pros and cons

For the past 30 years, the growth in hacking has correlated directly with the proliferation of personal computing and mobile communication devices. And with the world now firmly in the digital age, concerns over “lone wolf” hackers have been re-focused on what are now resilient, complex and sophisticated crime organizations conducting global cyber attacks.
Of course, lone wolf attackers and small hacking groups still exist in every corner of the internet, often launching ransomware and Wi-Fi attacks, or implanting malware on PCs.