2023 was a big year for cybercrime – here’s how we can make our systems safer

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Cybercrime ... world sees an estimated 2,220 cyberattacks per day, adding up to over 800,000 attacks per year. Image: Unsplash/Ales Nesetril

Emma Charlton
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