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Money, Skills, And Hired Guns: 2014 Strategic Security Survey
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Laurianne
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5/12/2014 | 1:09:42 PM
Surprises
Mike, you have a long-term perspective on security spending and staffing. What if anything surprised you in this year's data?
IMjustinkern
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5/12/2014 | 3:28:39 PM
Re: Surprises
Hmmm ... an interesting prospect, Michael. I just worry about adding another layer/tunnel for data. How do you reconcile the propensity for folks to sidestep extra layers? Or for the problems stemming from extra connections (read: Target HVAC guy)?


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