The security world according to vendor surveys

Friday, 8 June 2007, 10:30 PM EST

One survey describes USB devices as the leading security threat facing IT managers these days. Another one talks about zero-day attacks emerging as the biggest driver of security budgets. A third survey says a majority of 1600 consumers polled want their banks to implement risk-based authentication mechanisms.

What's the common thread tying together these and a myriad of similar surveys released on a regular basis these days?

At Computerworld.

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