The United Nations (UN) is urging more countries to actively combat cyber crime. In its Global Cybersecurity Index 2017 report released last week, the UN shines a light on how countries measure up in their commitment to cybersecurity.
Topping the list of those taking the war on cyber crime seriously was Singapore, followed by the United States. According to the UN’s findings, 38 percent of the participating countries have a published cybersecurity strategy, while 12 percent are still working on theirs. That leaves the remaining countries–50 percent–without a strategy in place.