Learn about South Korea's joint investigation center's efforts to combat crypto-currency crimes and promote a safer digital asset environment.
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Ransomware attacks aim for money and notify victims of the vulnerability and recovery steps.
Sanctions imposed on Russia in the aftermath of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine have prompted Russian cybercriminals to devise innovative methods of breaking past the barriers and continuing to launder money.
Ransomware attacks and cyberattacks have risen in the last year. The worldwide compliance industry has faced a variety of issues as a result of these increased dangers.
The global pandemic lockdown has boosted cybercrime, fraud, and money laundering on governments and individuals; thus, countries imposed new penalties for them.
The characteristics of digital currencies is basically built using the same mathematical-computer algorithms for Blockchain 'coins', nothing new for what has already been done for Cryptocurrencies.
Financial crimes related to online payments are on the rise, and these crimes are becoming more complex with the advancement of technology.
Development of the financial sector brought with it new money laundering threats, the rate, and the effect of money laundering crimes increases.
To avoid becoming a money mule, there are several ways like being vigilant and avoiding unsolicited offers