SMEs in Britain Widely Suffer from E-Crime
A report titled, "Invisible Crime: A Business Crime Survey," by British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) released on April 9, 2008 revealed that over the months of January-March 2008, 94% of enterprises had suffered due to spam while 31% of them became victims of online phishing.
The report also said that phishing attempts and spyware infection affected relatively more organizations that do not have a staff of even 50 with a turnover below £1Million as well as people who work from their homes.
The report further noted that malware was affecting almost 25% of enterprises, with 23% suffering due to spyware and 19% experiencing data loss following inf...
» SPAMfighter News - 16-04-2008