Defending yesterday: Key findings from The Global State of Information Security Survey 2014 Webcast - October 24, 2013

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Results of this year’s survey show that executives are heeding the need to fund enhanced security activities and have substantially improved technology safeguards, processes, and strategies. Budgets are rising and confidence continues to climb. But while many organizations have raised the bar on security, their adversaries have done better.

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Watch our annual discussion on key findings from The Global State of Information Security®Survey 2014.

Results of this year’s survey – including responses from more than 9,600 executives across 115 countries, and virtually every industry – show that executives are heeding the need to fund enhanced security activities and have substantially improved technology safeguards, processes, and strategies. Budgets are rising and confidence continues to climb. But while many organizations have raised the bar on security, their adversaries have done better.

According to survey respondents, detected security incidents have increased, as has the cost of breaches. And hot-button technologies like cloud computing, mobility, and BYOD are implemented before they are secured. Many executives are hesitant to share security intelligence with others, forgoing a powerful offensive tool against targeted, dynamic attacks.

Watch to learn about the key steps in creating an evolved, business-focused security program that is driven by knowledge of threats, assets and adversaries.

Speakers include:

  • Mark Lobel, Principal, IT Security, Privacy & Risk, PwC
  • Gary Loveland, Principal, IT Security, Privacy & Risk, PwC
  • Bob Brag don, Publisher, CSO Magazine

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