54% of IT professionals felt more pressure to protect their organizations in 2013 as opposed to 2012, and 58 percent believe pressure in 2014 will be greater. 58% cited customer data theft as a top concern — "more than reputation, fines and legal action combined."
"According to the survey the most worrying effect of potential security breaches for respondents was customer data theft, which 58% cited as a concern — more than reputation, fines and legal action combined."Many respondents felt more staff could decrease the pressure to rapidly deliver solutions. While 3 of 4 organizations manage security in-house, 82% use or are looking to use outside services. For proactive data breach detection organizations are utilizing low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services - actionable intelligence delivered without any burden on in-house staff.
- Corporate Counsel
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(a) More Cyber Threats, More Stress on IT Pros - www.CorporateCounsel.com, 02/13/2014