Hackers have upper hand in fight against computer crime
COMPUTER hacker attacks on banks and other financial institutions increased by 300 per cent last year but the skills to fight them are in short supply, a report says.
Consultant firm Deloitte's annual 2006 Global Security Survey says 78 per cent of financial services institutions — including banks, insurers and investment professionals — had been attacked by hackers in the past year. In the 2005 survey, only 26 per cent of institutions reported attacks. Hackers have upper hand in fight against computer crime - Technology
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