THE latest siege of Gibraltar is one that will no doubt rumble on for years, if not decades, to come.
Cybercrime is – regrettably – here to stay as virtual hackers multiply and online frauds continue to grow in number.
With over 1,000 daily attacks on Gibraltar’s business sector it is fair to say the Rock is being targeted.
But, the proverbial towel is not being thrown in and Gibraltar – as it has done for hundreds of years – is ready to weather the storm and batten down the hatches.
It is reassuring to see businesses, the Financial Services Commission and the police working together to batten down the hatches and they must continue to do so if they are to beat the online underworld.
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