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EFC workshop on Cybercrime

The Employers' Federation of Ceylon (EFC) will conduct a workshop on computer crime to keep corporates informed about their legal rights and obligations. The workshop will be held at the ICA on Friday.

As the estimated annual cost of global cybercrime reaches $100 billion, more corporations, are falling foul of employee-related computer crime.

Last year 84% of the most serious data breaches in the world came from business premises, government institutions and medical facilities. Over one third of those breaches were committed by an employee of that organisation. Such crimes cost organisations over US $100 billion a year.

As Sri Lanka's industries continue to invest heavily in the latest ICT, the EFC is mindful that there is a large knowledge gap with regards to employers' rights and obligations when it comes to computer crime.

The workshop will focus on laws relating to ICT in Sri Lanka and the use of computer evidence in legal proceedings.

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