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Companies ranging in size from startups to International Business Machines Corp. have ethical-hacking teams. Computer-security services, including vulnerability assessments by ethical hackers and other services, was a $1.8-billion (U.S.) worldwide market last year, and is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 28 per cent for the next three years, according to Gartner Inc., a market research firm in Stamford, Conn.
—Nick Wingfield, "It Takes a Hacker," The Wall Street Journal, March 11, 2002
—Campbell Clark, “Banking on the Internet? TD wants to give it a try,“ The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec), August 1, 1995
—Michael Tucker, "A healthy paranoia," Computerworld, April 6, 1988
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