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RE: Poll: Emerging Threats Apr 28 2006 08:57PM
H Alsaleh (haggar12 hotmail com) (2 replies)
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for you, especially when you requested the information to be privately sent
only to you?

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Subject: Poll: Emerging Threats
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 16:08:17 -0400

Greetings All,

First, I would like to apologize to those who received multiple copies due
to cross posting -- I just wanted to ensure a variety of opinions.

On to business: I would like to do a little survey among the security
professionals on this list.

Two Questions:
1) What do you believe will be the next major new security threat that
we will face in the next 12 to 18 months?
2) What do you believe will be the top 5 (or 10, if your list is that
long) emerging security threats we will face over then next 3 years to 5
years? (Emphasis on 'emerging' -- threats not on most security people's
radar today.)

[ reply ]
RE: Poll: Emerging Threats May 01 2006 07:15PM
Securicom - Dries Morris (dries securicom co za) (1 replies)
Re: Poll: Emerging Threats May 02 2006 01:31AM
Jon R. Kibler (Jon Kibler aset com)
Re: Poll: Emerging Threats Apr 29 2006 02:09AM
Clinton E. Troutman (clint troutman sbcglobal net)


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