“When speaking of businesses and cybercrime, it is no longer a matter of whether a company will suffer a cyberattack but when that attack will occur and where in the attack lifecycle it is detected and contained. Unlike other types of crime, cybercrime is borderless, making it all the more harmful. Current legal systems are not advanced enough yet in this domain to fully protect industries from perpetrators. As such, it is generally recognized globally that to better deal with the negative aspects of the digital world, international cooperation between actors is required especially when it comes to sharing information. Hence, both public and private sectors understand that cybercrime can only be defeated by building trusted relationships across the world, voluntarily joining forces to fight this global threat.”
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