Time to take online security seriously

Wednesday, 25 April 2007, 6:58 PM EST

If there is such a thing as a security season, it reached its frenzied peak this week. The UK has gone security mad and for the past month or so we have been bombarded with research and theories.

We know, for example, that 25 per cent of organisations do not enforce wireless security policies and that 64 per cent of office workers would be willing to swap their passwords for a bar of chocolate.

At ComputerActive.

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