Cyber warfare: 63 per cent think it's acceptable, says survey

Dave Bailey
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Fewer say private sector cyber crime is acceptable

Politically motivated cybercrime is becoming mainstream A survey by security vendor Sophos shows that an alarming 63 per cent of respondents consider country-on-country cyber espionage to be acce...

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