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Panel sees progress made in cybersecurity


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The policy statement titled the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace has reached its third anniversary, and a panel of experts agreed that, while "progress has been made in the past three years", cyberattacks have also advanced during the same period. The policy "called for the government to work with private industry to create an emergency response system to cyberattacks and to reduce the nation's vulnerability to such threats". Information sharing between the private sector and the government accounts for much of the progress, with the international exercise "Cyber Storm" cited as an example. Many areas still require attention, and experts identified software security, anti-phishing initiatives, the need for new cybercrime laws, and industrial espionage as some of them.



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