EU study highlights weaknesses in regulatory approach to solving cyber crime

Security news hound John Leyden has identified a new EU study that is supposed to be about the economics of cyber crime. The 114 page report sponsored by ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency) is mostly about finding new regulations that could improve security by requiring ISPs to police traffic and hosts as well as create new data disclosure requirements.

ENISA is soliciting comments on the report here . My own submitted comments I have reproduced below.

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