The Australian Business Assessment of Computer User Security (ABACUS): A national survey.
Richards, Kelly (2009) The Australian Business Assessment of Computer User Security (ABACUS): A national survey. Research and Public Policy Series, No 102. Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra, ACT.
The Australian Business Assessment of Computer User Security (ABACUS) survey is a nationwide assessment of the prevalence and nature of computer security incidents experienced by Australian businesses. This report presents the findings of the survey which may be used by businesses in Australia to assess the effectiveness of their information technology security measures.
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