Advances in supply chains and communications spur innovative new global revenue streams, but this wired planet has spawned global viruses, worms and other cyber problems. How are companies responding to security these global threats and what are the business impacts of these attacks in terms of downtime and compromised data? InformationWeek Research's Global Information Security Survey 2003 report addresses these issues plus investments too.
This 10-page study, based on InformationWeek Research's six annual global information security survey, documents the responses of 2,500 security and business-technology professionals spanning 39 countries. Examined are international and regional security incidents and the tools and business processes in place to stem security break-ins and threats.
Other security questions answered:
What are the spending budgets for information security?
What has happened to security spending in the past 12 months?
Which privacy steps are companies taking?
Which access controls are currently in use?
Which strategic security priorities are planned for the next 12 months?
Use the findings in this report to identify popular security approaches and to benchmark and develop your company's security strategies domestically and globally.
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