Colombia: Cybercrime costing 400 million dollars annually

Posted on October 22, 2012 • Filed under: Colombia, Crime, Internet, TRAVEL reported that according to The lack of security on smartphones, tablets or laptops or desktops, allows cyber attacks more easily. In the case of Colombia, the losses are close to $ 400 million annually, according to Gonzalo Erroz, regional manager for Olam – Norton computer security company. The figure, almost half of what it cost the New El Dorado Airport in Bogota, according Erroz, represents “a significant economic loss cybercrime just over 400 million dollars, or about $ 45 per person” According to a study of security in Colombia. “I stole all contacts and accounts that was in an email I opened over 10 years ago. I ‘hacked’ and could never recover anything. Recommend changing the keys and I never did, “he tells Sandra Gutierrez, a businesswoman who was the victim of Bogota cybercrime in mid-2012. Read Article

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