May 15, 2014

The Economic Impact of Cybercrime and Cyber Espionage

  • Center for Strategic and International Studies on behalf of McAfee

Is cybercrime, cyber espionage, and other malicious cyber activities what some call "the greatest transfer of wealth in human history," or is it what others say is a "rounding error in a fourteen trillion dollar economy?" This comprehensive report, written by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, looks at the components and costs of malicious cyber activity, concluding with the ways to estimate effect on trade, technology, and competitiveness. 

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