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Rathenau report calls for more action on cybersecurity

Thursday 2 March 2017 | 10:51 CET | News
Dutch public authorities, businesses and healthcare establishments have not taken sufficient steps to protect their networks from cybercrime, according to a report by the Rathenau Institute for the national anti-terrorism and security coordinator (NCTV) and the intelligence agency AIVD. The researchers said strengthening cybersecurity needs to be more of a priority in the Netherlands. As one of the most ICT-intensive economies in the world, the country is an attractive target for cybercriminals. However, too little is done to protect ICT infrastructure and the systems of various

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