Davos 2023

Why we need global rules to crack down on cybercrime

The impact of cybercrime is compounded by a scarcity of security experts, poor reporting habits and a lack of global agreements about how to regulate cyber threats. Image: Pixabay for Pexels

Robert Muggah
Co-founder, SecDev Group and Co-founder, Igarapé Institute
Mac Margolis
Washington Post Columnist and Associate, Igarapé Institute
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In the absence of global regulation, the costs of cybercrime have spiralled
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