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#1059 Brexit no threat to UK, say cyber-security professionals
The UK’s ability to protect itself against cyber-attacks won’t change if the country opts to leave the European Union, a survey of cyber-security professionals suggests.

The study, conducted by cyber-security firm Tripwire, involved 278 information security professionals who attended the InfoSecurity Europe conference in London last week.

64 per cent of the respondents said that choosing to leave the European Union in the June 23 referendum won’t affect the UK’s ability to protect itself from cyber-attacks. The info-security professionals also suggested that in case of Brexit, the UK could reconsider national implementation of several recent EU data privacy and cyber-security regulations.
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