KPMG Cybercrime Report Stops Hackers

We all know that cybercrime is big business, but how can we fight this phenomenon that doesn't seem to be going away any time soon?

With the help of a new report from KPMG businesses and governments alike can find useful tips and tactics on how to prevent breaches in security that actually can stop or delay hackers.

The white paper is called 'E-Commerce and Cyber Crime: New Strategies for Managing the Risks of Exploitation,' and was produced by KPMG Forensic and Litigation Services unit. It has six areas in which to concentrate efforts, such as integrating policies around a core mission, the pitfalls of outsourcing and how to prevent mishaps and issues for emerging technologies.

A full copy of the report may be obtained by clicking on the link below.

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