In 2017, Cybercrime was an estimated $600billion industry affecting approximately 2.8 million victims a day.  The rise in ransomware attacks (an estimated 350%) and trend in spearfishing aimed at senior executives, is a further testament to the increasing sophistication, diligence and patience of today’s cybercriminals.

In this first of two episodes, Former US most-wanted cybercriminal Brett Johnson, the ‘Original Internet Godfather’, speaks with Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF about the most pressing issues presented by cybercrime.  Together they discuss the threat of non-financially motivated attacks, what makes organisations attractive targets and the benefits of training us to think like criminals.