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Dallas – The world has entered an era of cyber insecurity, security specialist PW Singer said at the global summit of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) taking place in Dallas this week.

“We are now in the new digital age where the consumer is at the centre, but also the target,” explained Singer.

It is estimated that 40 trillion e-mails are sent each year and there exist more than 30 trillion websites. Every second 9 new pieces of malware are discovered and 97% of Fortune 500 companies have admitted that they had been hacked at some point.

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