Spanish cybercrime incidents increase 18% in 2014

Tuesday 7 July 2015 | 15:56 CET | News
Spanish companies recorded losses of EUR 14 billion last year from cybercrime, with state security officials detecting over 50,000 such cases, according to the Secretary of State for Security, Francisco Martinez. He provided the data in a lecture at the presentation of the report "Hot topics in cybersecurity. A new space full of unknowns," organized by the Centre for Innovation in the Public Sector run by PwC and IE Business School and reported by news agency Efe. The number of incidents increased 18 percent last year, and of the 50,000 cases, 65 percent were computer fraud and 20 percent

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