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Cyber threats to clubs are real: Four-part series

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Before you can develop a security strategy for your club, you need to know what the risks are. To determine risk, the organization must understand the type of external threats it faces, including the motives, means and techniques of today's perpetrators. Yet, it's becoming harder to identify these threats. In the past few years, the nature of cybercrime has changed dramatically. Once a pastime for hobbyists and amateurs, cybercrime is now within the purview of organized criminal enterprises, whose agendas and methods are significantly different from that of the stereotypical hacker.

The following is a multi-part series on emerging security risks and assess their impacts on clubs.

Cyber threats to clubs are real: Part 1
In Part One, we'll lay the groundwork, looking at the changing face of cybercrime and its evolving web of tactics and methods.

Cyber threats to clubs are real: Part 2
In Part Two, we'll continue to lay the groundwork, looking at the changing face of cybercrime and its evolving web of tactics and methods.

Cyber threats to clubs are real: Part 3
In Part Three, we take a closer look at how cybercriminals are targeting new technologies like social media, as well as outline specific technical solutions for combating these growing threats.

Cyber threats to clubs are real: Part 4
In Part Four, we take a closer look at how cybercriminals are targeting new technologies like social media, as well as outline specific technical solutions for combating these growing threats.

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