Companies often misinformed about the real threat to e-commerce security


LONDON -- Company executives are often misinformed about the real vulnerability of their network systems, according to a survey of electronic commerce fraud by professional services firm KPMG.

KPMG says it is well documented that a company is at greater risk of being the victim of an internal security breach than an external one. But KPMG’s 2001 Global e-Fr@ud Survey of the world’s largest companies across 12 countries showed that half the firms regard computer hackers and poor security policies

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