UK ISPs want co-ordinated cyber security approach

Wednesday 7 September 2016 | 10:53 CET | News
Cyber security is a rising priority for UK ISPs with senior responsibility within the company as ISPs and customers are subject to regular attacks, according to a survey carried out by the Internet Services Providers' Association (ISPA). The report shows that ISPs believe that government and law enforcement should prioritise awareness raising and education, and improve how they deal with reports and coordination of cyber security. They want a partnership approach with different stakeholders playing their part, with government, law enforcement, internet companies, individual users, ISPs and

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