Digital technological advancements continue to occur at an unprecedented pace and, not coincidentally, the need to be cyber-secure has become more crucial. With each new application and device that otherwise seamlessly integrates into our personal and professional lives, so too does the opportunity for cybercriminals to infiltrate them. The extent of connectivity that we have become accustomed to today through the Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless networks, namely 5G mobile capabilities, makes us more susceptible to cybercrime at a more intimate level.
Lay of the Land
According to recent GALLUP statistics, nearly 25 percent of Americans were victims . . .