Big Four firms Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers have each released their annual global information security surveys, and both polls point to some disturbing trends in corporate America.
E&Y's 2004 Global Information Security Survey concluded that, among other issues, security threats to corporations are growing more lethal, and the overall sentiment in many companies is to wait until there is a major security breach before taking any action to prevent such a breach.
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