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Government and private sector must share intelligence more effectively to avoid cyber threats

Margi Murphy | April 17, 2014
A staggering two-thirds of security information leads believe information sharing between public and private sectors is a cause for concern and only 4.8 percent would choose the government as their most trusted source for intelligence, a study reveals.

Further, 58.9 percent of the 1,149 of respondents to Infosecurity Europe's survey, believe their IT department does not exert enough pressure on IT strategies to avoid infrastructure weaknesses and potential security risks.

The Infosecurity Europe Industry Survey: Security as a business enabler quizzed 1,149 Information security professionals across the private and public sectors within the UK and internationally. Over half of respondents were in the UK and 93 percent of all respondents were male.

 

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