This new initiative aims to make cybercrime harder - and riskier - to commit

The risk-reward ratio is currently skewed in cybercriminals' favour. It's time to change that Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Alois Zwinggi

Managing Director and Head, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum

Kevin Brown

Managing Director, BT Security


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The costs of cybercrime are rising across all sectors - but we can make life harder for the perpetrators Image: Accenture Cost of Cybercrime Study 2019

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