Computer security divides Europe

Thursday, 30 October 2003, 12:21 PM EST

Europe is a continent divided by its approach to viruses, hack attacks and spam, a survey has found.

It found that French and German firms are most prepared to deal with viruses and their pernicious kin.

But the UK leads the way among nations which see good security as a way of helping their business stand out.

Survey sponsor McAfee warned that many European firms were just reacting to virus outbreaks instead of preparing to beat back future threats.

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