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Data protection continues to be a front-and-center concern as data breaches expose vulnerabilities and regulations demand action. Sixty-six percent say database security is either important or very important, followed by data leakage at 56 percent and intellectual property protection at 52 percent. And as attackers focus on applications, 59 percent say secure coding practices are important or very important. Meanwhile, there appears to be widespread adoption of all sorts of encryption in organizations today.
We hope you find these results informative as you embark on security projects for 2008.
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This was first published in February 2008