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Securing identities and other data and complying with regulations that make it law were among the hot topics fielded by the security and risk experts at Forrester Research in 2010, the think firm said in a new report.

Concerns about identity and fraud accounted for 26% of all 1,553 inquiries fielded in 2010 by the research and advisory firm’s security and risk team, Forrester analyst Stephanie Balaouras said in a new report. Twenty-two percent were about governance, risk and compliance while data and mobile device security accounted for 20%, Balaouras said.

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