Wednesday, August 14, 2013


Cybercrime becomes more sophisticated and more prevalent every year, and, with the increase in the use of mobile devices, cybercrime is likely to become even more common. Many studies have shown that enterprises are not paying enough attention to protecting themselves from this threat, which costs businesses billions of dollars each year. If you are wondering what you should be doing about cybercrime, this issue will be a good read.

Companies that are not aware of the growing security risks could leave themselves open to cyber attacks and more. (Item #1) Here are five things every small business should know about web threats and cybercrime. (Item #2) Crimeware infiltrating corporate networks, stealing business data and using or trading it for profit, poses a growing business problem for companies and their executive management. (Item #3)

This Q&A with cybercrime experts provides lots of good information about the complex threat of cybercrime. (Item #4) New State of Cybercrime survey finds lack of risk awareness means poor defenses in the enterprise. (Item #5) Follow these steps to investigate a cyber crime in your small business to help find the intruder. (Item #6)

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