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For the first time in years, computer crimes cost companies more money.
CFO Staff, CFO Magazine
November 1, 2007
A snapshot of the latest Computer Security Institute survey findings on computer crime shows that the average loss per company suffering a breach is up substantially after several years of decline. But spending, while up slightly in dollar volume, is dipping as a percent of IT budgets.