By John Bandler
Published March 21, 2023, Reuters Legal News
Cybercrime is no longer a new problem, but we still struggle to deal with it. Our solution starts by acknowledging how government can do more.
Cybercrime is costly to our economy, organizations, and individuals. No one is immune from these threats which steal, disrupt, affect our peace of mind and even national security.
We are united in seeing cybercrime as a serious harm but divided in understanding what it is and how to address it.
... we should start by recognizing most cybercrime is just theft.
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