Last week I wrote about one of the most questionable IT security reports I\u2019ve ever come across. Today, we'll look at one of the good ones: Symantec\u2019s Internet Security Threat Report.\n\n\n\tThe report, released earlier this week, is a review of 2011 cybersecurity trends. It\u2019s usually a good sign when a year-in-review report isn't released until March of the following year, because the delay suggests that the writers really thought about what they were doing instead of putting together a rush job to have out in January.\n\n\n\tHere are some of the more interesting\/odd facts contained in the report:\n\n\n\tI do have one complaint about the report, however: the wacky graphics. They are way, way too busy and having so much going on on one page just overwhelms the reader. (The example above doesn't even show all the graphics on that page.) I\u2019m not suggesting that we stick to those boring old pie charts and graphs, but if you\u2019re going to use a graphic it should, you know, actually add something to your report.