Think twice about new security gizmos

Monday, 26 March 2007, 12:39 AM EST

In a recent study about spyware by Nemertes Research, Senior Vice President Andreas Antonopoulos was surprised to find that 16% of the companies examined were not concerned about the threat.

Suspecting that was because they were small companies, he dug deeper, but found they were some of the largest companies analyzed. He also discovered why they weren't concerned: they spent 6% to 8% of their IT budgets on security, twice what the average company spends.

At NetworkWorld.

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