Segregation Not!

80% of Network Engineers Involved in Security . . .

One fourth of them spend 10-20 hours per week investigating information security issues!


While you may need to sacrifice your e-mail address to download the report, this State of the Network study by Network Instruments is worth it!

Some highlights:  85% of network engineers find themselves regularly involved in security investigations.   One fourth of them are saying that they spend about 10-20 hours of their week in security investigations.

Our question is this:  who the heck are they using as their Managed Security Service Provider?  Our Clients outsource the investigative work to us, which helps because now a third party is collecting evidences (forensically, we should add.)

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