IT sec community has false sense of security

Tuesday, 15 March 2005, 11:53 AM EST

The survey, of 500 European IT managers, showed 91 per cent believed they had complete or good IT security protection, but only 30 per cent were protecting themselves against common risks such as phishing, spyware and hacking tools. When married with the fact that 72 per cent believed their jobs would be on the line if a security breach took place, it makes dark reading.

By David Quainton at SC Magazine.

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