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Industry lead on ‘charter of trust’ says trade agreements should feature cybersecurity

November 08, 2018 |
Maggie Miller
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BALTIMORE, MD. One of the chief industry authors of a recently signed, international “charter of trust” says cybersecurity should be part of global trade agreements in order to create “consistent digital rules of the road” and “build trust."

“Despite the recent glut of protectionism, the world will become more global, not less, and our privacy and security standards need to keep up,” Leo Simonovich, the vice president and global head of industrial cyber and digital security at Siemens said Wednesday...


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