57% of US businesses are losing money to cybercrime

57% of the US businesses said they are losing more money through cybercrime by way of lost income, the loss of current and potential customers, and decreased employee productivity than from conventional crime. 75% of US IT executives surveyed said some of the threat to their corporate security came from inside their own organisations, while 84% believed that criminal hacker groups were increasingly replacing lone hackers as the perpetrators of cybercrime.

57% of the US businesses said they are losing more money through cybercrime by way of lost income, the loss of current and potential customers, and decreased employee productivity than from conventional crime. 75% of US IT executives surveyed said some of the threat to their corporate security came from inside their own organisations, while 84% believed that criminal hacker groups were increasingly replacing lone hackers as the perpetrators of cybercrime. 58% of chief information officers across international businesses said cybercrime was costing them more than physical crime.

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