MAR 23, 2017 | US
US Needs Highly Skilled Workers to Keep Innovating: Victoria A. Espinel, Business Software Alliance
The Economic Times, March 21, 2017
By Surabhi Agarwal
From Victoria Espinel: “One thing [India] should do is to have really strong encryption, because if the financial information is encrypted and someone does manage to break into it, they won’t be able to use it. As part of Digital India, it should promote cybersecurity and strong encryption policies.”
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