Cybercrime in 2022 – be aware

AS we are all well aware, the economy – nationally and globally – took a devastating hit due to the Covid-19 pandemic that began in early 2020 and the restrictions that came with it.

As human beings are designed to adapt and survive, people may attempt to do so by turning to economic crimes, and as such there is a growing concern about the rise and growth of the “shadow economy”. Also known as the “underground economy”, this economy concerns illegal transactions and trades which go under the radar.

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