The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2016
Explore The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2016 findings by industry for a snapshot of the frequency and sources of cybersecurity incidents, their impacts and costs within sectors. The industry summaries also provide an overview of how organisations are responding to rising cyber-risks by boosting information security budgets and adopting innovative technologies like cloud-enabled cybersecurity, Big Data analytics and advanced authentication.
While the number of cybersecurity incidents detected by financial services respondents dropped slightly in 2015, organisations boosted information security budgets over the year before. Find out how financial services firms are addressing top challenges like assessments of third-party partners’ security capabilities, increasing use of mobile devices and apps, and an escalation in attacks by foreign nation-states, organised crime and activists/hacktivists.
Retail and consumer companies are taking decisive action to bolster their cybersecurity capabilities. Many are moving to strengthen their cybersecurity posture by implementing technologies such as cloud-based cybersecurity, advanced authentication and Big Data analytics. Learn how retail and consumer respondents are securing payment channels, addressing risks of business partners and benefiting from elevated roles of the CISO and Board.
As the number of security incidents reported by public sector organizations surges, many are taking proactive steps to enhance and advance their cybersecurity programs. They are implementing technologies such as Big Data analytics and cloud-based cybersecurity, and are collaborating with others to share cyberthreat intelligence. Click here to learn more about what public sector agencies are doing to improve their cybersecurity capabilities.
Manufacturing stands on the threshold of profound change: The confluence of cloud computing, Big Data analytics, sensor-based technologies, 3D printing and robotics is beginning to transform the way products are developed, manufactured and sold. This interconnected ecosystem of data-driven technologies—essentially, the Internet of Things (IoT)—will bring enormous efficiencies but it also will open new avenues of cybersecurity risks. Read how industrial products companies are responding to these cyberthreats
This year’s entertainment, media and communications (EMC) respondents reported a 17% increase in incidents over the past 12 months. EMC organisations are responding by taking action to bolster their cybersecurity capabilities. Read how they are implementing safeguards such as cloud-enabled cybersecurity, risk-based security frameworks, and information sharing with external partners.
Life sciences and pharmaceuticals
Oil and gas
Power and utilities
Healthcare payers and providers
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