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Canadian Companies are more concerned with protecting their reputations than their global competitors when they spend on information security. This is one of the findings in the latest 2006 Global State of Information Security (GSIS) Survey, a worldwide study by CIO magazine, CSO magazine and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Fifty-three per cent of Canadian companies surveyed said their reputation was driving their information security spending, much higher than the global average of 41%.

Serious IT security disconnects continue to plague the enterprise

Three years ago, IDC Canada research into IT security identified what was then described as a "disconnect" that existed between the risk apparent for many Canadian organizations and the effort invested to minimize that risk.

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