UK fights back against cybercrime

Wednesday, 15 May 2002, 1:36 PM EST

Attempts to encourage more UK firms to embrace e-business are at risk of being thwarted by the threat of cybercrime.

Despite a number of high-profile virus attacks, and the well-publicised threat that malicious hackers can pose to computer systems, business leaders are concerned that some companies aren't doing enough to protect themselves from the threat of hi-tech crime.

Two organisations, the British Chamber of Commerce and the Information Assurance Advisory Council, are planning to take action.

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