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8/13/2010
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Strategic Security Survey: Global Threat, Local Pain

Highlights of exclusive InformationWeek Analytics research as it appears in "Global Threat, Local Pain," our report assessing whether the high-profile infiltration of corporate networks worldwide (Google China leaps to mind) is forcing execs to reconsider their security strategies and pony up related resources.
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With worries about advanced persistent threat (APT) intensifying, companies are devoting more time and staff resources to related protective measures. For instance, 30% of our 1,002 survey respondents said they now spend a great deal of time and staff resources on virus and worm detection and research-that's a 25% increase over 2009. Likewise, the percentage of organizations dedicating a great deal of time and staff resources to incident response and end-user security awareness training has risen 14% and 22%, respectively.


Learn more about InformationWeek Analytics' Global Threat, Local Pain: 2010 Strategic Security Survey.

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