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Spending Spree: What's on Security Investors' Minds for 2019
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MarkSindone
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1/17/2019 | 1:12:47 AM
What is new?
A brand new year calls for a brand new series of potential cyber threats. What can we expect and what can we truly do from our end to prevent contracting any risks? It is a whole new challenge which we need to invest our precious time at in order to always be at guard against potential risks to attacks.
michaelmaloney
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michaelmaloney,
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1/8/2019 | 3:10:17 AM
Spend on what you need
I think that a lot of companies are realising that they will eventually end up spending more money than the amount they would have saved on security if they didn't do a proper job installing some proper system to begin with. It's an expensive price to pay if you don't make sure you've done a proper job in the beginning!


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