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If yesterday's threats were computer viruses and computer worms, today's threats include more sophisticated attacks like ransomware, cryptojacking, social engineering, and exploiting brand new vulnerabilities in software before the software developer has a chance to find and fix them.
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The world of cybercrime is much like the world of technology itself. Every year brings new trends, new innovations, and new tools. To get a sense of how cybercrime changes year to year, check out our cyberthreats reports, as well as our quarterly Cybercrime Tactics and Techniques reports.
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