Cyberspace: Security and Democracy

We live increasingly in a digital world, born of almost universal networked connectivity. Technology has brought us new types of products and services, pervading all areas of our lives, personal and professional. So we are increasingly vulnerable to attacks on our systems that are network-borne, which target both software and stored information.
Cybersecurity issues have come to the fore recently in a number of high profile incidents. The response from both the public and private sector is creating a new set of challenges that is pushing back the boundary of the traditional relationship between the state and the private sector.