BY ALAN OSBORN, in Westminster
THE THIRD annual Information Security Solutions Europe conference has opened at the QE2 centre in London against a background of heightened tensions in the Internet community arising from the terror attacks on the US and a recent world-wide decline in investment in B2B activities.

Douglas Alexander, e-commerce minister, said the events in the US had "put a new and intense focus on how we approach security and the protection of both our people and assets." He told delegates that in an interconnected world "increasingly, ...

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