Time to end the FBI/CSI study?

Wednesday, 27 September 2006, 2:41 AM EST

The information security industry doesn't go more than a couple of weeks between the releases of surveys, most of which exist for marketing purposes rather than as reportage of major discoveries. Though venerable, the annual CSI/FBI Computer Crime & Security Survey is no exception -- and some of the claims it makes would, or should, stop a reasonable security pro in his tracks.

At Computerworld.

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