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Fear of the future data threats

Half of Norwegian firms expect an increase in threats to IT security in the near future , according to a new survey.

- The risk situation has never been more fragmented , says security expert Lars Gunnarsson Venger in Steria .


Social media . Mobile employees . Access from multiple devices . More and more professional IT criminals. Sauce together , this is a potentially explosive cocktail security that can deliver the CIOs gray hair and sleepless nights.


- A security breach can cause everything from long downtime and loss of commercially sensitive information , the exposed personal data and broken IT systems . In the wake follows loss of income , working hours and trust, says Gunnarsson .54 percent of Norwegian CIOs believe IT security has become an important issue during the past year. It shows a survey analyst Rock IT has made ​​Steria among large Norwegian companies and organizations. 47 percent of Swedish and 41 percent of Danish CIOs agree with the statement .

 

To read more, please visit the Steria website (news will be in Norwegian).

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