Security execs: under pressure and under prepared

Wednesday, 29 June 2005, 1:12 AM EST

A new survey of corporate security executives shows that their jobs are more difficult to handle than just a year ago, and they're not prepared to handle some significant security issues.

Nearly 100 percent of CSOs say they are well prepared to handle spam, malware, denial-of-service attacks, and hacker attacks, according to a survey by CSO Interchange at a conference held last week in Chicago for chief security officers.

By Sharon Gaudin at Datamation.

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