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By | David Gordon 28th June 2012 14:41

Is the biggest threat to your customers' security their own false sense of it?

Yeah, there was some software on the PC when I got it....

Poll Almost two decades worth of hacks, viruses and data breaches should mean that everyone in business is worried about security. But are your customers really taking precautions?

And is your biggest competitor the false sense of security your customers have? Afterall, it's hard to buy a PC that doesn't have security nagware preinstalled. But that's hardly a strategy is it.

If you can take a few 30 seconds to fill out our poll, we might just up with some useful answers...

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