Scottish Minister Appointed To Tackle Cyber Criminals

by Aimee Lawrence

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

Courier and Advertiser SBCCPR in Scotland steal for SBCC.

The Scottish Business Crime Centre has landed itself in online press with national coverage delivring news of a new e-crime minister.

Fegus Ewing is set to oversee the formation of a cyber security plan to help protect businesses an individuals.

The appointment was announced as delegates gathered for Scotland’s first e-crime summit which was developed with involvement from the Scottish Business Crime Centre.

Cyber crime is estimated to cost Scottish businesses £5 billion a year and is a present threat to businesses regardless of size or location.

The summit covered outlined key steps firms can take to guard against internet crime.

The full coverage appeared in the Courier and Advertiser and was secured on behalf of the Scottish Business Crime Centre thanks to Holyrood Partnership.



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