martes, 1 de febrero de 2011

2010 Computer Crime and Security Survey (New Zealand)

The New Zealand Computer Crime and Security Survey is conducted by the Security Research Group (SRG) of the University of Otago, in partnership with the NZ Internet Task Force (NZITF), New Zealand Police, and the Computer Security Institute (CSI). This 2010 survey is the fourth annual New Zealand (NZ) survey. It is based on the US CSI Computer Crime and Security Survey, the longest running continuous survey in the information security field and commonly known as a leading source of statistics related to computer crime and security.
The 2010 survey results are based on the responses of 176 computer security practitioners in NZ utility, manufacturing / production, financial, telecommunications, transport, high technology, medical, wholesale, retail, tertiary education, legal, national and local government agencies, entertainment/media, construction, commercial/trade services providers regarding the 2009 calendar year. All monetary figures are in NZ$, roughly equivalent to US$0.75 at time of publication.

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