Executives from some of the world's largest companies may be unaware or misinformed about where the real vulnerabilities lie in their network systems, reveals a global e-fraud survey from KPMG.

Seventy-nine percent of CEOs, CIOs and other senior management from public and private companies in 12 countries believe that a breach in their e-commerce system would most likely be perpetrated through the Internet or other external access, according to the 2001 Global e.fr@ud.survey. It is well documented, however, that the greatest risk is from internal perpetrators.

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