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Context Releases Warning

False confidence in IT security exposes business to attack, warns Context Information Security

LONDON -- False confidence in security solutions is unwittingly exposing businesses to attack, warns Context Information Security in a report released today on its key IT security findings in 2006.

The issue was identified as a significant cause of high-impact vulnerabilities, according to security consultancy Context Information Security in its report “False Confidence: UK Corporate Vulnerability”. The report examines its key findings in 2006, including IT security issues discovered by the company, its recommendations and conclusions, and case studies on serious vulnerabilities identified and compromises effected.

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