Dec 10, 2019
Welcome to Miami. Welcome to Miami. So here I am in Miami, and how beautiful is it? Check out the babes. Nevertheless, it's one of the places that really spoke to me, because of Miami Vice, probably the most famous TV show around a crime that there is. But don't take my word for it. Instead, let's jump across to the man on the street. Take it away, mate.
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Miami Vice, probably the coolest crime-fighting show ever shown on TV. And though there's probably more crime shows on TV than ever before, very few focus on one of the fastest-growing crime industries, Cybercrime. Now in Australia, a report last year put the cost of cybercrime at over $1 billion, and that's just the direct costs. Identity theft can cause longterm, economic and psychological problems, let alone the cost. Businesses can lose opportunities while fighting the problem as well as the damage to their reputation. We take cybercrime far too casually. It's just as important as the lock on your door because of the impact that it can have is exactly the same.
So what can you do? Here's some Miami cyber vice advice. Double-check who you're giving your info to. That's number one. Never use a link in an email to log in. Go directly to the site itself. Email phishing scams are all around the place. Always update your system and make sure of the latest security patches. Use multiple passwords or a password manager. That's key. You don't want to have one password for everything. Don't log into random wifi connections. Make sure you know who's providing it. Okay. Now on a serious note, I need to solve the most important problem. Why am I not holding a drink?
And with the magic of video editing, that crime is solved. Stay good. Well, look at this wonderful nectar. I have found this. Eureka. I found the beer. We've made it. By gum, you've got it now. We've got the beers. What you're trying to say, ese? You're going loco?