Network Intelligence Corp., the leader in appliance-based security event management (SEM), and Reed Exhibitions released results of a security industry survey, which showed that 66 percent of security professionals believe their corporate networks will never be 100 percent secure. For those that disagreed with this prognosis, the prospect is more immediate – 27 percent of respondents expect to operate completely secure networks in the next one to five years. The survey was conducted on December 10-11, 2003, at InfoSecurity 2003 in New York City. InfoSecurity 2003 attracted over 2,000 C-level executives and security professionals, including CEOs, CSOs, CISOs, CTOs, security engineers and network/security analysts.

"This survey demonstrates that the technology community needs to work harder to demonstrate our ability to provide long-term solutions that deliver complete network security," said Matt Stevens, vice president of marketing and technology, Network Intelligence. "The customer community expects to see a greater number of security breaches in 2004 and security vendors must address these concerns head on."

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