Demanding that greater powers should be given to regulators to prevent cybercrime may simply be putting the cart before the horse. If we look back over the high-profile cybercrimes of the past few years, there is a clear trend, suggests Brian Chappell, senior director, Enterprise & Solution Architecture, BeyondTrust. "Organisations are failing to do the basics well. Statistics from the Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report indicate that more than 95% of all successful attacks are the result of well-known and entirely preventable vulnerabilities or the direct result of users with unnecessary privilege…