Why IT security must combat organized cybercrime

Wednesday, 29 August 2007, 1:32 AM EST

Ditch the Hollywood stereotypes. These guys don’t wear wide ties or spats, have flattened noses, or speak with strange accents. Nor do they have a fictional HBO series. They do, however, have highly-specialized contractor/employee rolls. They work out of the box and they are attracting some of the best computer talent all over the world. In the last six years, organized cybercrime has become serious business.

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