Cyber crime is right under your nose

Thursday, 22 April 2004, 10:11 AM EST

Security is now a key topic on the boardroom agenda, with more CEOs and technology officers taking a proactive approach to electronic espionage, viruses and hacking.

Cyber crime is even the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's third highest priority, after counter-terrorism and counter-intelligence.

It is not surprising when this kind of activity costs American business an estimated $14 billion annually, according to the American Insurance Association (AIA).

By Nick Easen at CNN.

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