Obama vs Romney on Cybersecurity [Infographic]
November 6th is just around the corner and everyone is weighing in on the issues each presidential candidate is placing at the forefront of their campaign. One thing that both have addressed has been cybersecurity, and for good reason. The internet has gone from being a luxury to a necessity overnight, and with that has come many dangers for you as well as the rest of the world.
The Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, has stated if he were elected, cybersecurity would be one of eight actions for the first 100 days of his term. The Obama administration has cited the primary mission of the U.S. armed forces is to “Operate effectively in cyberspace and space.” Clearly, both candidates realize the importance of cybersecurity and are pressing the issue toward the front of their campaigns. What’s critical is to find out how your candidate feels on the issue and what they plan to do about the problem. Election day is slowly approaching so don’t forget to get out and vote! Curious on how your candidate leans on the cybersecurity issue? Check out this infographic, provided by Veracode, and get the facts.
Infographic by Veracode Application Security