The blank check IT security enjoyed has been pulled off the table as businesses reassess how much they spend to stay safe. Need some data on the mood? McAfee reports nearly three-quarters of SMBs have cut security spending, even though 71 percent believe a serious attack would put them out of business.
Articles by Sonny Discini
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