Wanted: Creative-thinking superheroes to fight cybercrime

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Cracking cybercrime means more than crafting airtight code. With fraud and identity theft on the rise and ransomware attacks crippling essential infrastructure, the industry needs people with novel approaches to identifying and fighting fraudsters — which is why Mastercard has partnered with LaGuardia Community College in Queens to build a cybersecurity talent pipeline.

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