Why isn't Europe suffering a wave of security breaches?

Thursday, 15 June 2006, 2:58 AM EST

Did you hear the one about the German company that had the big security breach? Probably not, because security breaches don't dominate the headlines in Die Welt, Le Monde or El Pais like they do in USA Today. Our national preoccupation with identity theft has no equivalent in the Old World. So what's the rub? Are Europeans that much better at privacy and security than we are?

At Computerworld.

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