Monday, July 28, 2014

Cybercrime A Growth Industry, $445 Billion Lost

Cybercrime Remains Growth Industry With $445 Billion Lost - Businessweek: "Cybercrime remains a growth industry. That’s the main message from former U.S. intelligence officials, who in a report today outlined scenarios for how $445 billion a year in trade theft due to computer hackers will worsen. They warned that financial companies, retailers and energy companies are at risk from thieves who are becoming more sophisticated at pilfering data from their servers...." (read more at link above)

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