In recent years, cybercriminals have found ways to commercialize their illegal activities.
One of the most concerning trends in the cybersecurity industry is the rise of “Crime-as-a-Service” (CaaS), which refers to the provision of criminal tools and services to non-technical criminals who lack the expertise to commit cybercrimes on their own.
Essentially, CaaS allows anyone to become a cybercriminal by providing a range of tools and services that can be used for illegal purposes. CaaS providers operate like legitimate businesses. They have HR departments, marketing teams, and even PR staff to provide official press statements.