Born to protect communities from terrorism and criminals, they have become a threat. From CJTC in Nigeria to Arrow Boys in Uganda, to Zende in South Sudan to Kamajors in Sierra Leone.
The General Affairs Council of the European Union has adopted a new directive to counter the terrorism and criminal financing. Especially the money laundering.
This kind of cyber aggression can provide good results when used against criminals and terrorists. It is particularly effective in targeting smartphones and other mobile devices.