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Global cybercrime dominated by 50 core groups, CrowdStrike report finds

John E Dunn | Jan. 24, 2014
Cybercrime in 2013 was dominated by a core of around 50 active groups, including Russian and Chinese ‘threat actors' whose activities are only now coming to light, a report from monitoring firm CrowdStrike has found.

What is clear from all this is that cybercrime is becoming a global phenomenon with many more countries likely to see activity from local groups acting as proxies for state subversion in the next year. How the world of diplomacy manages this coming wave of groups remains to be seen.

 

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