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Computer security an inexact science
"There's obviously more to this problem than technology," said Richard Power, CSI's editorial director and author of the annual survey. "People are spending a lot of money on technology, but if they are not committing themselves organizationally to security, they're throwing their money away."
Ninety percent of the 503 security professionals surveyed -- most of whom work for large corporations and government agencies -- use firewalls at their companies, and 60 percent use the software equivalent of burglar alarms to detect digital intruders.
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