Preventing Computer Fraud - Small companies are subject to several attacks by computer hackers every day, and giant corporations are under attack virtually every minute. The vast majority of these are virus attacks, most of which are repelled. But the real threats come from within: It is estimated that 75% of computer crimes are committed by insiders.
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