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ATLANTA — Cyberspace crime today could almost make one miss script kiddies, those clever bedroom hackers who sent viruses and worms spiraling through the Internet, snarling networks worldwide while IT security vendors scurried to find yet another fix.

“You hardly hear about those kinds of attacks anymore,” says Elizabeth Clarke, vice president of corporate communications at SecureWorks, an Atlanta-based provider of managed IT security services to more than 600 credit unions, 500 banks and 100 credit card processors, utilities and health-care organizations.

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