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UK firms more worried about Brexit than GDPR

2 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

IT decision makers across the UK have begun to see how data regulation can positively impact their organizations' commercial operations according to new research from NetApp. The firm surveyed IT managers, CIOs and CTOs across 501 UK-based businesses to find that more than half say that data regulation has or will have a positive impact while only 18 percent have seen or anticipate a negative impact. The new findings indicate a substantial change since NetApp's survey conducted before GDPR went into effect when only 30 percent of UK IT decision makers said the new regulation would improve...
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A third of businesses can't protect themselves from data breaches

A third of businesses can't protect themselves from data breaches

2 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

According to new research from the Ponemon Institute, a third of businesses lack the time and resources needed to prevent the types of cyberattacks that could lead to a data breach. To compile its report, titled “ The Challenging State of Vulnerability Management ”, the institute had Balbix conduct a survey of more than 600 cybersecurity professionals which revealed that organizations are having trouble implementing the modern security solutions needed to ensure their data is protected. The survey suggests that the main barriers to entry for adequate security against data breaches are...
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Only one in three organizations is confident of avoiding a data breach

Only one in three organizations is confident of avoiding a data breach

2 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

A majority of organizations are not confident in their ability to avoid major data breaches according to a new study. The report for breach avoidance company Balbix, based on research from the Ponemon Institute, shows that 68 percent feel their staffing is not adequate for a strong cybersecurity posture and only 15 percent say their patching efforts are highly effective. It also reveals that 67 percent feel they don't have the time and resources to mitigate all vulnerabilities in order to avoid a data breach, and 63 percent say 'inability to act on the large number of resulting alerts and...
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