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Experts Say More Research Needed to Foil Cyber Criminalsi
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May 28, 2013 10:41 PM
Virtually non-existent two decades ago, cybercrime has become one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises around the world. Estimates peg the global cost of crimes ranging from malware to data theft at about $100 billion a year. And it's growing. Efforts to combat the problem have taken on urgency, but as Mil Arcega reports, there is growing debate on how best to foil hi-tech offenders.

Experts Say More Research Needed to Foil Cyber Criminals

Published May 28, 2013

Virtually non-existent two decades ago, cybercrime has become one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises around the world. Estimates peg the global cost of crimes ranging from malware to data theft at about $100 billion a year. And it's growing. Efforts to combat the problem have taken on urgency, but as Mil Arcega reports, there is growing debate on how best to foil hi-tech offenders.


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