E-crime guidelines good for security sales

Monday, 15 December 2003, 1:26 PM EST

Resellers stand to gain from a boom in spending on IT security among small and medium sized companies, following publication of advice on computer crime from the National High Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU).

The 'framework for protection' offers guidelines on the risks of computer crime, amid concerns that SMEs are losing their way in the battle against hi-tech offences.

Although currently in draft, a revised version of the guidance incorporating feedback from business and industry is due early next year.

But experts believe the framework could also prove good news for resellers looking to tap into the rapidly expanding IT security market.

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