Sierra Leone: NCC Coordinator – Global Cybercrime Projected to Cost $10.5 Billion Annually By 2025

Mariama Yormah, the Coordinator of the National Cybercrime Centre, has highlighted that recent research suggests that cybercrime is expected to impose a significant financial burden on the world, reaching an estimated cost of $10.5 billion annually by the year 2025.

Speaking at a cyber security assessment workshop held at the New Brookfield’s Hotel in Freetown, Yormah emphasised the growing threat of cyberattacks and the need for a global workforce of over four million cyber security experts to…

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