Fragmented security puts eight out of 10 firms at risk

Wednesday, 4 April 2007, 12:57 PM EST

More than eight out of 10 UK businesses are at risk because their security controls are “fragmented”, new research has revealed.

A survey of 99 senior risk management professionals across industrial sectors, conducted by Atos Consulting and the National Computing Centre, found that controls were fragmented in 84% of organisations. Only 7% of respondents felt that governance and management controls were fully integrated in their organisations.

At Computerworld.

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