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What Did We Learn in 2018’s Cybersecurity Survey?

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In 2017 we commissioned independent research company Ovum to carry out a cybersecurity survey among senior executives, with some surprising results. We and Ovum have just completed an even bigger cybersecurity survey, covering 500 senior executives in 11 countries. Organizations from a range of business were surveyed with sizes ranging in bands from 500 employees up to those with over 10,000 employees.

Through 20 questions, we uncovered some interesting statistics and #cybertrends, including:

Ovum discusses key findings from the cybersecurity survey in the white paper, ‘Cybersecurity Survey: Investments, Insurance and Inflated Confidence’. This considers whether IT and senior management are overstating their ability to deal with cyber attacks.

Read the paper now for more on the key findings that:

I will provide further comment on our findings in future posts.

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