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Combating Organized Cybercrime – W/Evaluation Form

Combating Organized Cybercrime

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We are witnessing a historic shift in the nature of cybercrime. It is now highly organized and collaborative, extracting more value from a smaller number of increasingly sophisticated large-scale attacks and impacting the global economy by up to half a trillion dollars per year. So, now that we know this, what can we do to reduce the impact of organized cybercrime?

Learn more at ibm.com/security

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