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Browser-based attacks may pose next big IT security nightmare

Oakbrook Terrace, Ill. - Browser-based attacks are surging and may pose the next significant security threat to information technology (IT) operations. That is one of the key findings of the second annual survey on IT security and the workforce from CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association.

The survey of nearly 900 organi......

Full article >>> ant declines in problems caused by remote access, such as virtual private networks and dial-up (41.7 percent, down from 49.9 percent); and social engineering (17.9 percent, down from 21.9 percent).

Fighting Back

Antivirus applications are still the most commonly used technology or practice to enforce security requirements. The CompTIA survey found that 95.5 percent of or......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 04/12/04


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