:ph43r: I am putting this in "political issues" so as not to detract from my post about the EU tax.
When I saw this article my "cynicism meter" started buzzing beyond control (I have a "sixth sense" about these things).
Note the words "IF IT IS NOT ADDRESSED",
then ask yourself what they are planning to do?http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11562969
Attacks on computer networks are among the biggest emerging threats to the UK, the government has said in its new national security strategy.
The report highlights cyber crime, alongside terrorism and a flu pandemic, among the key dangers to UK security.
There will be an extra £500m to bolster cyber security, focused on protecting key infrastructure and defence assets.
Foreign Secretary William Hague said that, unless addressed, this could threaten the UK's "economic welfare".
The National Security Council, set up by David Cameron in May, has published an updated approach to national security which identifies 16 threats to the UK.