I think that this is misleading, but it is easier to get in from the inside.
It is also easier for someone to stand behind you and see what you are
typing on the inside, hence more easily prosecuted and hence reported.
No one wants to admit a 12 year old script kiddy hacked their site and
stole 300,000 credit card numbers and who probably won't ever be
prosecuted due to lack of evidence.
http://www.sunperf.comQuote:> In Spafford and Garfinkles Pratical Unix and Internet Security, they
> mention that around 80% of all security incidents are done by current
> or former employees (page 811, chap 27). Anyone know where this number
> comes from, or has more info on the statistics?
> Thanks in advance,
> -- Ole.