The increasing popularity and accessibility of the Internet has made it an effective tool for crime organizations.
Over the past two years, the Internet has become an effective tool and a convenient target for committing crimes for criminals. More and more sophisticated criminals are turning to the Internet to commit crimes and minimizing the commission of crimes in more traditional ways.
The Europol, a police unit that controls all European Union countries, has released Report
Assessing the threat posed by organized crime, the OCTA, it read: "In addition to computer crimes such as credit card fraud, distribution of child abuse and piracy content, the Internet provides a basis for filtering, distributing and illegally using drugs." "It [the Internet] is also used for secure communication and money laundering by criminals."
We have already reported that FSB (Russian Federal Security Service) has asked to block Afiki תקשורת
Popular Internet sites in Russia that feared the use of uncontrolled means תקשורת
Accessible and secure by groups of extremist views who could undermine the government.
The OCTA report expresses Europol's concern about the ease of committing the offenses and the accessibility of the computer and the Internet connection. Quick and simple. According to the report, organized crime groups have earned about 1.5 billion euros from credit card fraud alone, so you can imagine how much the illegal internet business pays off.
The report will be distributed to the legislative and internal security authorities of the countries in order to help the eurozone countries in the new and relatively unfamiliar war against virtual organized crime.