SC Media LogoThink of a cybercriminal. Let’s call the cybercriminal Kelsey.

Does Kelsey think about being a criminal? Does Kelsey think it’s cool? Does Kelsey have a novelty license plate that says HACK CAR?

Now think about a clerk at a grocery store or whoever it is who writes greeting cards, or someone else with an average job. Let’s call the normal worker Alex. Is the clerk in it for the love of the groceries? Does the greeting card writer genuinely care whose birthday it is? Is Alex more interested in what the job is or is Alex just showing up to work to get a paycheck?

Cybercrime is not all Kelsey. Cybercrime is mostly Alex. At least, that is the finding of a research team from GoSecure, Secureworks, the Czech Technical University in Prague and Cisco.

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