Video: McAfee's CTO on UK government cyber security spending

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How effectively has the UK government spent its £650m cyber security budget? Raj Samani offers his thoughts.

McAfee CTO Raj Samani assesses how effectively the UK government has spent its reported £650m cyber security budget. Samani was speaking exclusively to Computing at McAfee's 'Focus 2012' event in Las...

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