Regulatory compliance beats worms for the first time

Monday, 21 November 2005, 12:40 AM EST

Worms and viruses are becoming more pervasive, but surprisingly they are no longer the main concern of IT managers. For the first time compliance with regulations has become the number one issue for information security, according to an annual global information security survey by professional services provider Ernst & Young.

By Ulrika Hedquist at Computerworld.

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