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Stopping cybercrime can positively impact World economies

Economic impact of Cybercrime estimated at $445 billion Worldwide, and between 15% and 20% of the value created by the Internet

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European Commission supports research on cyber security

Cybercrime is a growing global problem that no company or country can tackle alone. At any given time, an estimated 150 000 viruses and other types of malicious code are circulating across the internet, infecting more than a million people every day


McAfee Threats Report shows global expansion of cybercrime

Report reveals further details of “Operation High Roller,” explores evolution of ransomware, shows malware topping 100 million samples, and finds database breaches at all-time high

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An EU Cybercrime Centre to fight online criminals and protect e-consumers

It is estimated that, worldwide, more than one million people become victims of cybercrime every day. The cost of cybercrime could reach an overall total of USD 388 billion worldwide

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EU & US conduct readiness tests for cyber attacks in "Cyber Atlantic 2011"

The first test of trans-Atlantic responses to cyber incidents, including cyber attacks, took place in Brussels last week. Experts from the US Government joined counterparts from EU Member States to simulate how cyber security authorities on both sides of the Atlantic would cooperate in response to attacks

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McAfee, SAIC study shows corporate intellectual capital is the newest cybercrime currency

Companies are spending 1 million dollars a week to secure sensitive information