Forty-three percent of adults believe at least one type of cyber crime is always or sometimes acceptable.
Nearly a billion people in 20 countries were affected in some way by cyber crime in 2017, a report from Norton by Symantec claims, after a survey of 21,549 individuals aged 18 and over in these countries. Of the 978 million affected, 6.09 million were from Australia.
IBM Security, Packet Clearing House and The Global Cyber Alliance have collaborated to launch a free global service they say is designed to give consumers and businesses added privacy and security protection when they access the Internet.
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