Firms fall down on security spending

Irish businesses are behind the global curve when it comes to investing in information security, according to a report by Ernst & Young.

8th January, 2011

Irish businesses are behind the global curve when it comes to investing in information security, according to a report by Ernst & Young.

The firm’s global information security survey for 2010 revealed that only 31 per cent of Irish companies planned to spend more on information security controls, compared with the average of 46 per cent.

The survey, which is in its 13th year, found that Irish businesses were increasingly adopting new technologies, but were not...

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