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Government Cybersecurity Guidance Wanted By Private Sector

Nearly 90% of IT leaders worldwide believe government needs to be involved in helping private sector firms set cyber defense strategies, Dell study finds.

More than half (54%) of IT leaders in 10 countries increased spending on security in the last 12 months. (Image: Dell)
More than half (54%) of IT leaders in 10 countries increased spending on security in the last 12 months.
(Image: Dell)

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2/26/2014 | 3:41:54 PM
Comedy Gold
Looking to the federal government for guidance on cybersecurity is as laughable as a fish leading a horse how to trot.  Just goes to underscore why breaches continue to occur (cough Target cough).  Private sector IT departments evidently need a crash course on unicorns & rainbows.
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