Security bosses feel patch pain

A survey to be released today cites patch management as the No. 1 concern of chief information security officers in the federal government.

The survey, conduced by O'Keeffe & Co. for Intelligent Decisions, a federal systems integrator, highlights the day-to-day concerns of federal CISO's and the effects that the Federal Information Security Management Act has had on them professionally.

"The fact that they're saying software quality and patch management are way up there in terms of their pain

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