Firms overlook threat from the enemy within

Monday, 14 March 2005, 5:42 PM EST

Almost two thirds of firms have no measures to detect internal attacks or to protect against them - leaving systems open to "invisible" hacks, a new study has found.

Of 500 European IT managers questioned by security firm Websense, 60 percent said their company does not have systems in place to guard against internal threats.

By Phil Muncaster at vnunet.

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