Executives advised to take role in internet security

Friday, 26 July 2002, 1:52 PM EST

Internet security issues need to be addressed in boardrooms and executive suites, not just data centers and network storage closets. That's the message one industry organization is trying to convey by targeting the upper echelon of management with a guide on how to ward off potential threats.

The guide, to be released today by the Internet Security Alliance, recommends that executives adopt 10 key practices in order to protect their organizations' vulnerable networks and content.

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