Israel split ends cyber-readiness survey: however China lags behind

According to a most important new safety report Israel, Finland and Sweden are seen as leading the way in cyber-readiness. It also suggests charitable more power to law enforcement to fight cross-border misdeed. China is regarded by some Western observers as an aggressor in cyberspace.

Amid the report's conclusions is the commendation that better labors be ready to advance cross-border act enforcement. The report concluded that greater sharing of information globally is necessary to keep ahead of threats. A five-point scale was used to rank countries - none of which achieved a perfect rating. Graphic provided by McAfee. In the UK, the report praised a £650m asset programme in cyber security. However, the Home Office's tactics were criticized by information security expert Peter Sommer.

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