Insights |Cyber Security

16th September 2021

How to know if you’ve been hacked and what to do about it

Everyone is vulnerable to the threat of cybercriminals or hackers getting access to your information, but the threats are not equal for everyone.

The average person will likely face fewer sophisticated threats than, say, a senior politician, activist, or CEO. High-profile figures may be targeted with phishing emails that are looking to steal secrets from corporate networks or initiate the transfer of large sums of money. You, your friends, and your family will likely face different threats from people you know seeking revenge or, more likely, crime groups using automated tools to scoop up credentials en masse. We all like to think we’re not susceptible to social engineering or other kinds of
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