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Cyber crime in Scotland: evidence review

Published: 23 Mar 2018
Directorate:
Justice Directorate
Part of:
Business, industry and innovation
ISBN:
9781788517096

A review of the evidence around the scale and nature of cyber crime affecting individuals and businesses in Scotland.

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74 page PDF

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Contents
Cyber crime in Scotland: evidence review
7. Bibliography

74 page PDF

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7. Bibliography

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