NHTCUNational Hi-Tech Crime Unit (UK)
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The survey was carried out for the NHTCU by NOP, which talked to 200 companies with more than 1,000 employees about their security experiences and fears.
The NHTCU is understood to have officers working in Israel and elsewhere in a bid to crack the gang.
NHTCU officers have been investigating the raid bid - which, if successful, would have been the biggest robbery in British history - since October.
A spokesperson for the NHTCU said further arrests were possible.
'Agencies from America, Australia, New Zealand and Spain are now looking at this together with NHTCU. This investigation has been going on since the turn of this year.'
According to a survey of 200 firms for the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU), almost nine out of 10 companies suffered some kind of IT crime last year.
The NHTCU has been investigating the electronic attack on Sumitomo since October, after the gang managed to infiltrate the bank's computer system with sophisticated keylogging software that would have enabled them to track every button pressed on computer keyboards and learn account numbers, passwords and other sensitive information
The UK National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) is said to be investigating two gangs believed to be from Eastern Europe, probably Croatian supporters.
Det Supt Mick Deats, of the NHTCU, said: "We have moved aggressively to strike at the very core of the international online piracy world."
The National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) was launched in April 2001 and is hosted by the National Crime Squad with support from the Police, National Criminal Intelligence Service, the military and HM Customs & Excise.
Officers from the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) worked for a year to smash an internet-based child abuse ring which called itself the Shadowz Brotherhood.