Computer Economics has been involved in the analysis of IT security and the cost of providing this needed security since the 1980s. Computer Economics has also been a leader in analyzing the economic impact of cyber crimes, malicious code attacks, and cyber terrorism. The Computer Economics analysis is lead by Michael Erbschloe, Vice President of Research at Computer Economics and author of Information Warfare: How to Survive Cyber Attacks.
Computer Economics Joins the National Cyber Security Alliance (Mar 2002)
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