An enemy lurks companies on the planet: cibercrimenEl advanced cyber attacks organized crime which affected 75 percent of organizations in the past 12 months. They cost an average 2 million. Of the audacez nerds who enjoy showing how much they know and systems that may violate any computer, and hackers, these sophisticated hackers who manage to embezzle company, has reached the cybercrime: large organized crime groups may go after relevant information for a company, either at the level of intellectual property as personal data of its senior executives to blackmail them. The actions of these ‘virtual’ crime is hitting not only the security of the business but also your finances. Cybercrime is now almost daily news.Large groups of organized crime made massive attacks to obtain information to economic, financial and policy from the Internet. The sale of information on the black market reached a value close to 7,000 million dollars worldwide. According to international studies, to 42 percent of companies on-line attacks are the first of its concerns. With this percentage, cybercrime and the ladder than the traditional crime as the main concern of businesses, up from natural disasters, terrorism and traditional crime combined. This high fear is an economic explanation. Each year, companies spend an average of 2 million (and a half million euros) in costs associated with cyber attacks, which mainly hit three key aspects of a business: productivity, income and loss of customer confidence.This report reflects the 2010 State of Symantec Enterprise Security, held in January this year to 2100 CIO (Chief Technology Officer), responsible for computer security and IT managers from 27 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. According to survey data, in the last 12 months, 75 percent of companies suffered cyberattacks, 36 percent rated as very damaging attacks, and 29 percent reported that the attacks have been more frequent. The three losses were reported over the stealing of intellectual property, financial information (especially credit cards), personal identification and data customers. However, according to the Deloitte consulting firm, companies seem to anticipate the danger they face. ‘Current security models are not very effective against cybercriminals and most organizations seem to be unaware of that fact, said Ted DeZabala, director of Deloitte Touche LLP and leader of the practice of national security services and Deloitte privacy. Surveillance Survey 2010 Cybersecurity, done for the magazine CSO in collaboration with the United States Secret Service and the Software Engineering Institute of Carnegie Mellon’s Cert, and sponsored by Deloitte, called hackers as the biggest cyber threat. However, Deloitte believes that survey respondents may have underestimated the organized crime and foreign entities, rather concentrating on attacks by unsophisticated hackers because they are the loudest and easiest to detect. The United States leads all annual rankings on the origin of malware (software that causes damage to computers, systems or networks and, by extension, their users). 37,4 percent of infected websites have their servers hosted on this country, followed by Russia (12.8 percent) and China (11.2 percent), according to a Sophos study. Providing security is part of Before the attacks that have occurred and the helplessness of some companies, Hourdin Samuel, director of Identity and Access Gemalto for Latin America, highlights some points that should be considered for your safety: Key trends for the restructuring of IT.