Financially motivated cybercriminals conduct their operations like a business. The goal is to yield as much revenue as possible using the least amount of resources. Law enforcement and security experts are working to make targeting specific systems too cost-prohibitive. By simply increasing the difficulty of hacking into corporate systems, organizations can reduce the risk of financially driven cyberattacks. A determined attacker with enough resources will get in, explained Eugene Kaspersky (pictured), CEO of Kaspersky Lab, speaking at a recent press event in Boston.