Originally published: February 2, 2012
Last updated: February 2, 2012 - 9:05pm
Forty-five percent of legislators and cybersecurity experts representing 27 countries think cybersecurity is just as important as border security, according to a report by McAfee and the Security Defense Agenda that was released this week. The organizations surveyed 80 professionals from business, academia and government to gauge worldwide opinions of cybersecurity issues and revealed the findings in a report called Cyber-Security: The Vexed Question of Global Rules. Researchers found differing views on what cybersecurity means and how to approach it. They also analyzed the steps countries are taking to handle national cybersecurity.
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