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Los Angeles wants businesses to team up to fight cyber crime

Los Angeles wants to join forces with businesses to fight cyber crime. It announced the first collective regional cybersecurity defense effort in the United States on Tuesday, called the Los Angeles Cyber Lab.  SEE ALSO: Vladimir Putin signs law banning VPN access for Russian internet users The goal is to disseminate knowledge gained from analyzing "one billion security-related events and over four million attempted intrusions into city networks per day" to businesses across the city, according to a press release put out by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
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