US lawmakers are currently proposing the idea of mandatory IT security audits to force companies to take security seriously but what's the support like for similar legislation in the UK?
By Graeme Wearden
| December 8, 2003 -- 17:35 GMT (09:35 PST)
| Topic: Security
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