Kaspersky urges world leaders to find common ground on cybersecurity

01/31/2013 | ComputerWeekly.com (U.K.)

A leading Internet security expert is calling on the world's governments to sit down at the negotiating table and iron out non-aggression treaties covering cyber weapons, the same way they have with other weapons of mass destruction. Eugene Kaspersky, chief of security firm Kaspersky Lab, warned that malicious bugs and viruses are just as dangerous to their creators as to their intended targets, adding that the world's intelligence agencies need to increase cooperation to share data on potential threats.

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