Analyst: Cybercrime is more costly than illegal-drug market

09/8/2011 | PC Magazine

It costs an average of $388 billion every year to respond to and fix the damages caused by cybercrime, according to a poll of about 20,000 people commissioned by Symantec; it found that, on average, 14 adults every second become victims of an attack in cyberspace, and an increasing number of them are targeted through mobile devices.

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