AusCERT general manager Graham Ingram has rejected Eugene Kaspersky’s view that the current golden age of cybercrime will be over in a few years — because the crimes are just too easy to commit.
The returns are high, the risks are low; ie, almost no risk. Isn’t that the type of crime that you would like to do? Ingram said.
You’ll make a lot of money, you will not be caught and you will live a very happy life, he said, because current international law-enforcement cooperation arrangements can’t deal with high-volume, low-impact crime — via redwolf.newsvine.com