Rudy Giuliani, the anti-hacker

Friday, 17 October 2003, 6:17 PM EST

The firms unveiled what they called the Advance Security Centers in Ernst & Young's offices in New York's Times Square and in Houston, where staff members with military and corporate security backgrounds will toil away on computers to protect clients.

Giuliani, who opened Giuliani Partners after leaving office last year, positioned the computer protection services as a significant corporate governance initiative.

"The days of neglecting digital risk are over and the realization has set in that digital risk has a direct effect on an organization's profitability as well as business objectives, stakeholder confidence and brand," he said in a statement.

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