New Security Perspectives: What U.S. Firms Can Learn From Overseas

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In today's climate of increasing security concerns, companies are seeking out new policy and practice concepts in addition to new technology upgrades to address vulnerabilities.

Interestingly, technical components for information security are more or less available worldwide and standardized, while security policies, regulatory influences and general attitudes vary a great deal from country to country. With terrorism concerns and cyberattack fears front-and-center for ...

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