Cyber criminals do their best work when they remain invisible to their victims. In fact, the majority of hackers target their prey without being detected.
With Easter weekend right around the corner, Investigation Hotline advises you to be extra cautious and mindful of cyber crime.
People often call Investigation Hotline wondering how we may be able to help them with their concerns and affairs, not knowing what private investigators can and can’t do besides investigating a domestic cheating spouse or partner.
Identity theft is common and widespread across Canada. Below is a quick overview of some of the most popular types of theft in identity across the nation.
As Easter quickly approaches, online scammers have began targeting their prey with holiday related ploys.
Hackers don’t usually tell their victims that they’ve been attacked.
Craigslist is a robust marketplace that is ripe with deals, but it can also be a dark and scary place because of the cesspool of scammers constantly after your money.
Early December, the Better Business Bureau released a series of warnings to holiday shoppers this winter season.
With the holiday season upcoming, it’s important to be aware of the most common cybercrimes from last season, as they will likely reemerge in a similar flavour.
By now you have no doubt heard about the hacking of the Ashley Madison website and the subsequent online posting of sensitive information.