Module Description: Two reports, the Belmont Report and the Menlo Report provide the basis for ethical principles in cyber space.These include respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for law and public interest. However, governments have to take into account the concerns of citizens and businesses while also dealing with any national security threats that an Internet attack might pose. Additionally, there are differences between developed and developing countries in their needs for cyber security policy and practice. At the same time as developed countries are focusing on securing advanced computing infrastructure, economic espionage, and protecting vital information sources, a developing nation be dealing with issues of online fraud. part one: Continue with Section III of the research paper. In this section you will discuss the major issues of cyber security in developing countries compared to developed countries. Be sure that you use reliable sources to support your discussion and cite all sources in APA format. (3 -5 pages)part two: Economic espionage involves a country’s attempts to acquire covertly trade secrets held by foreign private enterprises. This usually involves illegal action to acquire intellectual property from companies internationally.However, it can actively involve governments as if the ultimate purpose is to cause economic failure for the country.Either way, economic espionage is a threat to both national security and economic stability and growth of companies and countries.Continue with Section IV of the research paper. In this section you will discuss at least five different countries where actions such as cyber attacks or ethical beliefs about intellectual property can affect the cyber security in other countries. Be sure that you use reliable sources to support your discussion and cite all sources in APA format. (3 – 5 pages).