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By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 04-11-2011 Print

We know you're always thinking about ways in which you can best safeguard your company's important data. Most likely, you're wondering about the latest ways malicious hackers can break into your network. And, chances are, you're concerned that employees aren't engaging in the safest practices to ensure sensitive information isn't leaked out. As we watch the fallout from Epsilon data breach we're all facing questions about what more can be done to safeguard sensitive information. Of course, strong enterprise security is an expensive proposition. A recent report from IBM reveals that many IT decision-makers are focusing on increasing their investments in endpoint security. The survey features responses from 300 IT decision-makers. Here are 10 highlights:


Nearly all respondent say they are currently spending on endpoint security for servers, PCs, and laptops.


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