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Companies View Organized Crime as Most Concerning Cyber Threat

September 17, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Threat Intelligence and Modeling

More than three-quarters (77%) of companies view organized cyber crime as their top cyber threat concern. More than half (56%) cite amateur cyber criminals, and 49 percent identify insiders as top threat concerns.


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