Cybercrime is an incredibly fast growing phenomenon due to the sheer number of connected people and devices that can be accessed. It is not jurisdiction based - the perpetrator takes advantage of the relative anonymity provided by the internet, often enticing users through bogus websites or email links. It ranges from breaches of personal and corporate privacy, identity theft and transaction-based fraud through to digital piracy, money laundering and counterfeiting. Those engaging in cybercrime can break into email accounts, mobile phones, personal bank accounts as well as crack the systems of large, sophisticated organisations. New trends in cybercrime are emerging all the time, with estimated costs to the global economy running to billions of dollars. Awareness of the threat that cybercrime poses has grown, but we look at just how sophisticated cyber criminals have become.