Cybercrime Getting More Common and Costly

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According to the "2013 Cost of Cybercrime Study: United States," for larger-sized companies in the U.S., the average annualized cost of fighting online bad guys is $11.56 million per year.

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  • Julie Brook

    Thanks for sharing -- scary times! Folks might also be interested in a couple of related blog posts on the CEB blog -- Responding to a Cyberattack at http://blog.ceb.com/2010/06/18/responding-to-a-cyberattack/
    and Cyberattacks 101 at http://blog.ceb.com/2011/09/19/cyberattacks-101/

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