Security stats sobering as CSI show opens

Tuesday, 9 November 2004, 10:28 AM EST

Several companies will be making product announcements at this week's Computer Security Institute (CSI) show in Washington, but the show opens on an eye-opening note with a new study indicating network attacks are on the increase.

According to a research report sponsored by Britestream Networks, 76 percent of respondents believe their network is more secure than it was a year earlier, but at the same time 81 percent say that attacks on their network are increasing.

By Bob Francis at Info World.

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