Earlier this week, Microsoft announced the results of a new study on cybercrime
and malware that showed, among other things, both individuals and businesses spend a lot of time and money to clean up the effects of malware and cyber attacks. Now it looks like Microsoft will be consolidating its own efforts to fight cybercrime.
Fox Business reports
that Microsoft will combine its digital crimes and software piracy teams into one Cybercrime Center at its world headquarters in Redmond, Washington. The center will have 30 people on staff that will work with 70 other team members around the world to location and fight malware and hacker threats.