Ashley Madison, Sony, JPMorgan Chase - what's your confidence that when the next big security incident erupts, your organization will be prepared to defend itself? Are you getting the security you expect from the investment your organization is making today?
Take the 2015 Enterprise Security Study, sponsored by Unisys, and help determine:
- The global state of physical/cybersecurity convergence and where the greatest enterprise security gaps exist;
- The emerging role of managed and professional security services to augment in-house security expertise;
- The top security investment priorities for 2016.
Enterprise security is a moving target - and so is your organization. How do you know if you're making the right investments?
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Findings from this study include:
- Only 14 percent of respondents are "extremely confident" in their enterprises' ability to defend against today's top threats.
- 24 percent say they have concerns that undermine their confidence.
What is one conclusion that can be drawn from this study? There is a global "crisis in confidence" in enterprise security. And the primary issue is not the technology - it's the human factor. Security leaders are not confident that they have the quantity or quality of staff to counter the sophisticated attackers and advanced threats pounding away at the endpoints. In turn, it seems, business management does not have confidence that they are getting sufficient return from the security investments already made.
Download this report for a review of the full survey responses.