August 4, 2020, 07.19 PM

The agency warned the trend was set to continue and a "further increase in cybercrime is highly likely in the near future."

"Vulnerabilities related to working from home and the potential for increased financial benefit will see cybercriminals continue to ramp up their activities and develop more advanced and sophisticated" methods, it said.

Once a Covid-19 vaccine becomes available, Interpol said, "it is highly probable that there will be another spike in phishing related to these medical products as well as network intrusion and cyberattacks to steal data."

(Writers: SJW/MLR/BMM, Agence France-Presse)

Source: http://u.afp.com/3XSd 

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