IT security in China shows cracks

Monday, 31 October 2005, 9:09 AM EST

As U.S. businesses move aggressively into the burgeoning Chinese market, they had better investigate the level of IT security in place among the local companies that could become their customers and business partners. Chinese companies, it turns out, are getting hit by more computer-system attacks than their U.S. counterparts--and they're less prepared for many of the threats coming their way.

By Helen D'Antoni at Security Pipeline.

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