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With the increased amount of network security attacks in the past year, chief security officers are being asked by their boards of directors to figure out how to form their IT budgets for 2012 in such a way that they are saving money without sacrificing on security, eWeek reported.Jason Clark, CSO of Websense, an internet security company, told eWeek that chief information officers are now beginning to have conversations with CSOs about what works and what doesn't when it comes to security, making sure the company invests in the right security measures."As companies got compromised, organizations realized they have to talk more about security," Clark told eWeek.Those with IT careers focused in fighting back against network security attacks are especially valuable to companies looking to defend themselves from security breaches. However, with CSOs and CIOs now having a discourse about security measures, companies will be able to know how to best protect against cybercrime, said the website.According to The Associated Press, a recent proposal in California was approved, which called for a criminal unit that will investigate and prosecute all types of cybercrime. The news source said the new unit consists of 20 attorneys and investigators.
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