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Ernst & Young’s 2010 Global Information Security Survey assesses privacy, other risks in a world of “borderless security”

Ernst & Young has released its Global Information Security Survey for the year that was 2010, and the findings are clear, as IT Risk and Assurance Services Global Leader Paul van Kessel writes in his foreword to the 20-page report, that “the traditional boundaries of an organization are vanishing along with the traditional information security paradigm.”

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