Worldwide, organizations are concerned about cybercrime – but not necessarily for the reasons most would think. While many organizations worry about the technical issues that are posed by a cybercrime attack, such as ransomware locking up entire swaths of servers – bringing business operations to its knees – most are even more concerned about their public perception and loss of clientele.

In fact, while an attack or exploitation by a cybercriminal may be technically damaging to an organization, the fallout over the attack’s handling may be even worse, revealing some of the companies’ true fears.

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