Cybercrime is projected to cost a whopping $8 trillion to the businesses globally in the next five years, a leading cybersecurity expert told the participants of a regional internal audit conference in the UAE capital city on Thursday. Speaking on the concluding day
A total of 85 children and youth, aged 10-18 years, are competing for the ‘Cyber Safety Ambassadors’ title, an online safety training programme, which was launched by CSD last month, on the occasion of Emirati Children’s Day.
The Dubai Police via their eCrime platform tackled 9, 046 cybercrime complaints and recovered 1, 277 affected social media accounts, said a senior cybercrimes investigation officer.
23 children and youth across Sharjah were named ‘Cyber Safety Ambassadors’, after having successfully completed the assessment and evaluation phase of the initiative that was launched last month by Child Safety Department (CSD), an affiliate of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs.