thumb_bzi_ris_glb_ho_2345_resize_1024_0Cybercrime goes from being a two-dimensional problem of hackers stealing information from behind computer screens to a three-dimensional one as hackers invade our physical space. The steady advance of robotics, additive manufacturing, and industrial biology renders our physical space vulnerable to hacking through the internet of things. Efforts bring together legal, technical, entrepreneurial and public policy expertise to combat cybercrime.  Crowdsourcing supplements public safety and security initiatives with citizens contributing previously inaccessible information and widening the reach of these programs.

See Deloitte Tech Trends 2015: Exponentials

 

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