How secure are you really?

Monday, 29 August 2005, 4:10 PM EST

When the results of InformationWeek Research's annual Information Security Survey came in a few weeks ago, we were surprised to see that 84% of survey participants don't believe their organizations are more vulnerable to malicious-code attacks and security breaches than a year ago. Do these people run their computer operations in an airtight biosphere somewhere? With Wi-Fi, cell phones, and Bluetooth, even that wouldn't be safe these days.

By John Foley at Security Pipeline.

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