Lloyd's Risk Index: Europe hasn't woken up to cyber threat

Sooraj Shah
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EU businesses are far more relaxed about cyber crime than their US counterparts

Businesses in Europe have yet to acknowledge the growing threat of cyber crime according to the 2011 Lloyd's Risk Index survey. The Lloyd's Risk Index surveyed 500 global business leaders' views on...

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