Security: Strategic measures
Ask a firm for evidence of its IT policy and most will present some virus screening software and a firewall. In the modern world, however, this is painfully inadequate, as Dr Keith Nicholson explains
Perhaps it is a false sense of security or a lack of knowledge that leads only a quarter of businesses to spend more than 1% of their IT budget on security and to neglect advances in both attack and defence strategies. Whatever the cause, these figures from the Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) are a cause for concern.
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