Business Focus Still Needs Sharpening

September 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2007, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p64
Trade Publication
The article reports on the findings of the report "Navigating Risk: The Business Case for Security," by The Conference Board in the U.S. The report, which was based on a survey of 213 senior corporate executives not responsible for security or risk concerns, found that companies most attuned to security as a business issue are those with the most exposure to a broad range of security risks. Companies which are most concerned with security include large corporations and publicly traded firms.


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