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A Hewlett Packard Enterprise executive details how hacking now has an organized business model and suggests steps to make it less profitable for hackers.
Andrzej Kawalec, CTO for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Security Services, has seen a significant shift in recent years in how hackers operate. While hacking was at one time just a disorganized, ad hoc activity, it has become a business and is structured that way.
In a new report, HPE details how the business of hacking and modern cyber-crime operate.
"Today, we're not just facing talented individuals or groups of hackers; we're facing a globally integrated, industrial-scale and highly profitable adversary," Kawalec told eWEEK.