Worldwide laws fail to fight cyber crime

Thursday, 20 April 2006, 5:47 PM EST

Nearly three-quarters of IT security experts believe that international laws are inadequate for fighting cyber criminals, according to research.

Some 74 per cent of delegates at this year’s e-Crime Congress in London believe there is insufficient international legislation in place to tackle the growing threats of phishing, computer hacking and denial of service attacks.

At Computing.

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