Smashing The Millstone

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Information security has risen dramatically on corporate agendas since this time last year, fuelled by a combination of the terrorist activities of September 2001, the growing sophistication of malicious online attacks on businesses, and the increasing realization that unbroken network surveillance, instant intrusion detection and immediate response strategies are boardroom responsibilities.

However, despite increasing media attention and IT spending predictions (Dataquest anticipates that the worldwide security software market will rise 18 percent in 2002 to reach $4.3 billion), most of the coalface customer evidence seen by Ultima Business Solutions' security consultants so far ...

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