Ten per cent of IT leaders deliberately compromise on security

Some don't apply security patches at all, finds survey

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Computing Research finds troubling holes in data centre security.

Over ten per cent of the UK's senior IT managers make compromises on data centre security to avoid the disruption of applying security patches and bug fixes. That's the finding of an exclusive C...

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