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NORTHPORT, N.Y., Dec. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Cybercrime is the greatest
threat to every company in the world, and one of the biggest problems
with mankind. The impact on society is reflected in the Official 2019
Annual Cybercrime Report, announced today by Cybersecurity Ventures.

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According to the report, cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion
annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015. This represents the
greatest transfer of economic wealth in history, risks the incentives for
innovation and investment, and will be more profitable than the global
trade of all major illegal drugs combined.

"Cybercrime costs include damage and destruction of data, stolen money,
lost productivity, theft of intellectual property, theft of personal
and financial data, embezzlement, fraud, post-attack disruption to the
normal course of business, forensic investigation, restoration and
deletion of hacked data and systems, and reputational harm," says Steve
Morgan, founder and Editor-In-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.

Cyberattacks are the fastest growing crime in the U.S., and they are
increasing in size, sophistication and cost.

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Cybercrime is creating unprecedented damage to both private and public
enterprises, and driving up information and cybersecurity budgets at small
businesses, mid-sized to F500 and G2000 corporations, governments,
educational institutions, and organizations of all types globally.

Cybersecurity Ventures predicts global spending on cybersecurity products
and services will exceed $1 trillion cumulatively for the five year period
from 2017 to 2021. the next five years. Taken as a whole, they anticipate
12-15 percent year-over-year cybersecurity market growth through 2021.

Cybercrime is expected to triple the number of job openings to 3.5 million
unfilled cybersecurity positions by 2021 -- which is up from 1 million in
2014 - and the cybersecurity unemployment rate will remain at zero-percent.

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