Developing countries are in dire need of cybersecurity experts and could benefit from training from western professionals
As the internet has no borders, cybercriminals have been incredibly difficult to catch, punish or discourage. In particular, developing countries feel the brunt of these difficulties because they lack the infrastructure or the resources to protect their networks. The risks of cyber threats from developing countries are heightened because they generally do not have the means to effectively regulate internet use on their soil. “Hackers” frequently opt to remain hosted in developing nations but target the western countries for money or political leverage.