Uniting nations against cybercrime, but not yet

The first Worldwide Security Summit has attracted people from more than 40 countries to Dallas, but don’t expect cybercrime to be wiped out any time soonCan we do anything about cybercrime? That’s the question being addressed in Dallas this week at the first Worldwide Security Summit organised by EastWest Institute, a global a thinktank. EWI says: “Electronic attacks around the world have compromised confidential information, crippled official web sites and have exposed the vulnerability of financial data. They have heightened fears that criminals or terrorists could use cyberspace to paralyze communications infrastructure, international financial systems or critical government services.”

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