Organised cyber crime is top of the list of cyber security incidents that CIOs are required to deal with, according to a survey by recruiter Harvey Nash and professional services firm KPMG. The Harvey Nash/KPMG 2016 CIO Survey found that nearly 70 per cent of IT leaders believe that organised cyber crime is the biggest threat to business operations. Amateur hackers came a distant second at 48 per cent, followed by malicious insiders (40 per cent), spammers (37 per cent), foreign powers (27 per cent) and competitors (16 per cent).
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