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Dutch security chief says Netherlands unable to withstand cybercrime threat

Tuesday 26 September 2017 | 11:19 CET | News
The Netherlands is not currently capable of managing the threat from cybercrime, according to Dick Schoof, the national anti-terrorism and security coordinator. At the start of Cyber Security Week 2017 (25-29 September), he called the situation worrisome. The threat is large, and cybercriminals or government-supported hackers are progressing faster than Dutch organisations and businesses are responding. 

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Companies: Deloitte Nederland
Countries: Netherlands
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