The Global Cybercrime Industry 2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11522-6_8
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“…Organizations' and consumers' low levels of spending on IT security, in combination with low degree of cybersecurity consciousness, suggest some of the sources of the hollowness of the GS cyberspace (Kshetri 2010b(Kshetri , d, 2013. Cybersecurity orientations of businesses, consumers and the government agencies are determined by a set of factors different from those that are important for the digitalization of economic activities.…”
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“…Organizations' and consumers' low levels of spending on IT security, in combination with low degree of cybersecurity consciousness, suggest some of the sources of the hollowness of the GS cyberspace (Kshetri 2010b(Kshetri , d, 2013. Cybersecurity orientations of businesses, consumers and the government agencies are determined by a set of factors different from those that are important for the digitalization of economic activities.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is argued that organizations that adopt Internet technologies without considering the costs and efforts needed to maintain those systems generate a negative externality (Kshetri 2010b(Kshetri , d, 2013. Note that the presence of negative externalities means that the failure of firms to secure their systems have high social costs.…”
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