- The threat of afpersvirussen, phishing and other forms of cyber crime aimed at financial gain takes for citizens and businesses. This is evident from the risk reporting Cybersecurity offered by the Central Planning Bureau (CPB) Wednesday to Secretary Klaas Dijkhoff (Security and Justice).
The increase in the threat is because cybercriminals increasingly easy to break at the same time in different places. This makes the probability of detection is low and yields high.
CPB sees opportunities to increase cybersecurity. Thus, it would be more effective to give companies the responsibility for security. Consumers are often not how cybercriminals use their computers.
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Each year, according to the CBS 11 percent of the Dutch victim of cybercrime.