Companies do not evaluate the effectiveness of their security policies. The results of a recent survey from dns and PwC has shown that almost 30 per cent of companies have failed to either review or measure the effectiveness of their security policies in the last year.
Hat-tip: Alan Calder
The results of a recent survey from dns and PwC has shown that almost 30 per cent of companies have failed to either review or measure the effectiveness of their security policies in the last year.
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