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freehe
freehe
10/21/2017 5:34:43 PM
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Re: Security Spending to Hit $118B
@srufolo1, I  agree. I work on a federal government contract and they security they have is amazing. Although there are some areas for improvement it will be hard but not impossible for hackers to attack.

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freehe
freehe
10/21/2017 5:32:35 PM
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Security
Hopefully the money spent will not be wasted. I have seen too many companies spend millions on products and services only to scrap them later on or have them sit in a closet collecting dust. Some companies like to say they are doing this or that but have to remain popular but have no intentions on using what they purchase.

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freehe
freehe
10/21/2017 5:30:59 PM
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Security Spending
Finally someone gets it. Security has moved to one of the top priorities for enterprises. However, the success of the security initiatives depends on purchasing the right tools from the right tools to meet their needs.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
10/20/2017 11:24:13 PM
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Security Spending to Hit $118B
"On a worldwide basis, banks, discrete manufacturers, and federal/central government agencies will spend the most on security products and services during the forecast period, according to Smith, and combined will account for 30% of the global spending this year."

Banks, and federal/central government have more to lose than any industry if they were to experience a breach. I think their amount of spending on security is in line with such a threat.

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clrmoney
clrmoney
10/20/2017 10:02:46 PM
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Predictions of Security Spending
I think that this could go either way when it comes to spending a lot on security because there are risks in almost everything we do. So I say good luck with this.

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