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The information economy and the information society heavily depend on information security. Developing an inclusive and reliable information society should avoid any infrastructure or security divides. To master information related risks and cyberthreats, and to bring effective information security solutions to the end-users, a global and interdisciplinary approach is required. This paper considers information security issues in a holistic way, putting the individual and the question of responsibility at the core of the debate. It also points out main stakes and challenges that governments have to face when developing a national cybersecurity policy, curriculum and culture in regards of local and international needs.