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One third of Irish companies hit by cybercrime

One third of Irish companies experienced have been the victims of cybercrime in the last year, according to a survey.

3rd July, 2012

One third of Irish companies experienced have been the victims of cybercrime in the last year, according to a survey.

The average cost of a large cybercrime incident for businesses in Ireland approximately is €40,000 and employees represent the biggest challenges in information security, according to the first annual Irish Information Security and Cybercrime survey carried out by Deloitte.

The survey found that 6 out of 10 organisations only feel partially equipped to deal with...

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