Where are organizations investing their IT security dollars, and just how confident are they in their ability to protect data form a variety of intrusions? Gemalto set out to answer these key questions in a new research report entitled “Data Security Confidence Index.”
The study, based on research conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Gemalto, queried more than 1,000 security and IT executives in the U.S., UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
The survey respondents included executives from a variety of industries including financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, public sector, telecommunications, utilities, retail, construction, insurance, legal and others.
In conducting the research, Gemalto was aiming to find out not only the level of confidence among organizations with regard to information security, but also whether their security strategies were actually in sync with their data protection needs and the threats and vulnerabilities that are predominant today.
By gaining insights into the confidence levels of companies as well as how they are spending their security budgets, the research will provide guidelines for enterprises looking to make significant improvements in their information security posture.
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