To fight cybercrime, we need to understand its economics

Understanding the economics of cybercrime will help uncover the incentives that drive attacks. Image: Unsplash / Markus Spiske

Alejandro Romero

Chief Operations Officer, Constella Intelligence

Akshay Joshi

Head of Industry and Partnerships, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum


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Automated networks of bots, false accounts, and deepfake production capabilities are all available to buy in deep and dark marketplaces. Image: Constella, 2021 Identity Breach Report

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