(PRWEB) October 29, 2004
This year large companies and government agencies became collateral damage when millions of computers fell prey to spyware, viruses and worms. Lost productivity was measured in the billions. Information security is a reactive world. The next intrusion, vulnerability, or worm is always right around the corner.
With critical issues arising everywhere, the typical informal technology organizations spend most of their time reacting to outside forces and not nearly enough time getting ahead of the curve. One way out of this downward spiral is to get proactive with a system security policy and a method of ensuring compliance. This can change the environment from scrambling to planning, increasing the value and reducing the cost of security.
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