Global firms reach compliance breaking point

Friday, 15 December 2006, 12:06 AM EST

Global businesses have reached "compliance breaking point" as they struggle to put the necessary IT security resources in place to comply with ever more stringent legislation, new research has warned.

The conclusion is based on a report commissioned by security firm McAfee and conducted by Dr Jonathan Liebenau, senior lecturer in information systems at the London School of Economics Department of Management.

At vnunet.

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