Most insider-related data breaches go unreported

Wednesday, 13 September 2006, 12:16 AM EST

Most insider-related security breaches go unreported, according to a new survey by Ponemon Institute.

The main reason that happens is because companies don't have the resources to tackle the issue, according to the National Survey on Managing the Insider Threat, the Ponemon Institute surveyed 461 people who work in corporate IT departments in U.S. organizations.

At Computerworld.

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