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June 21, 2016

Privacy and Security: Where Do We Go From Here?

1 min. read
By Mike Convertino

Some of you may remember a time when national security was a question of police officers protecting individuals from crime on the street, or the Army’s defence against international threats.

Today, that picture looks very different. If anything, it is more volatile, uncertain and complex than it was in the past because it is now plagued by online security concerns, whether individual privacy whilst browsing online, harmful material to younger internet users or hackers trying to access your internet banking.

We all know what the media, businesses and government have to say about national security and protecting consumers, but what about the consumer's opinion? We commissioned Opinium Research to find out. Mike Convertino writes about what we discovered over at ITProPortal.

ITProPortal: Privacy and Security: Where Do We Go From Here?

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