Methodology: How the Survey was Done

May 2012
Baseline;5/3/2012, p4
The article explores the results of the 2007 Security Survey conducted by editors of the magazine "CIO Insight." The poll focused on information technology (IT) practices at the year. It was participated by 187 executives who answered questions posted on a password-protected Web site between March 27, 2007 to April 18, 2007.


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