The newest study on IT security from Computer Economics helps senior IT and business managers develop a thorough understanding of IT security best practices, trends, and budget requirements. This study, based on a survey of 120 companies across multiple industries, is designed to help senior IT and business managers develop a thorough understanding of IT security best practices, trends, and budget requirements. This 100-page study includes over 70 graphs and tables that provide hard data that can help you justify your IT security budget and spending levels, compare your IT security management practices against industry standards, and understand the impact of IT security incidents across all industries.
2004 IT Security Study
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