Hackers Cybercrime - Computer Security: Ethical Hacking

Learn the attack for better defence


  • Dr. Roberto Arnone IPCA – Polytechnic of Cávado and Ave


cybercrime, hackers, information security, computer, technology


Today cybercrime is at a record high, costing businesses and individuals billions of dollars every year. What is even more frightening is that this figure represents just the last five years with no hope of it ever ending. The evolution of technology and the increasing accessibility of smart technologies means that there are many access points to users' homes to exploit. Cybercrime is on the rise in the world of technology today. Criminals using the technologies of the World Wide Web exploit the personal information of Internet users to their advantage. They happily use the dark web to buy and sell illegal products and services. They even manage to gain access to classified government information. While law enforcement tries to address the growing problem, the number of criminals continues to grow, taking advantage of the anonymity of the Internet.




How to Cite

Arnone, R. (2021). Hackers Cybercrime - Computer Security: Ethical Hacking: Learn the attack for better defence. ARIS2 - Advanced Research on Information Systems Security, 1(1), 50–61. Retrieved from https://aris-journal.com/aris/index.php/journal/article/view/7