Nearly a third (31 percent) of Brits have been a victim of cybercrime in the last year,
that's three times the number that have been victims of street crime (10 percent) in the
same period. (According to Norton Cybercime annual report '11)
19 web users fall victim to cybercrime every minute.
(According to Norton Cybercime annual report '11)
Cybercrime is a growing threat for government and public sector organisations, after
14 percent admitted they have been the victim of a web-based scam.
(According to research by Pricewaterhouse Coppers '12)
"Damage to an organisation's reputation and the potential loss of data are high
on the public sector's agenda when it comes to the impact of cyber attacks,"
said Andrew Miller (PwC's head of information security in government)
The security industry expects the number of cyber-espionage attacks to increase in 2012
and the malware used for this purpose to become increasingly sophisticated.
(PC World '12)
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