IT Security Leaders Are Held Most Responsible For Cyberattacks, Yet Lack the Influence Required to Shore Up Security Strategies
COMPANY NEWS: LogRhythm, the company powering today’s security operations centres (SOCs), today released its latest report, “Security and the C-Suite: Making Security Priorities Business Priorities.” The research, which focuses on the roles and responsibilities of cybersecurity leaders, found that more than half of organisations (55%) in Asia Pacific (APAC) have experienced a cyberattack in the last two years and spend an average of US$17 million each on security activities.
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Here's what the IT industry executives had to say.
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GUEST OPINION by Joanne Wong, Vice President – International Marketing, LogRhythm: It’s something almost every internet user has experienced. An email arrives, purporting to be from a trusted source, but in reality it’s an attempt to steal personal details or cause disruption.
A high percentage of security professionals lack the tools to detect known security threats and many say they are still in need of the appropriate preventative solutions to close current security gaps, according to a recent global survey.
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