More than two-thirds of U.K. businesses surveyed reported that they were victims of high-tech crimes last year, costing them millions of pounds in down time, systems damage and client loss, according to a report released Tuesday by the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU).

In a survey of 201 large and medium-size companies, 83 per cent said that they had experienced some form of high-tech crime last year, such as virus attacks, fraud and criminal use of the Internet by employees, costing them more than



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