Continued recognition, vigilance, and preparedness against evolving Cyberthreats are key to building up a robust Threat Management posture.
Cybersecurity is an enterprise risk management issue. The vast majority (87%) of board members and executives lack confidencein their companies level of cybersecurity.
No such thing as a cyber security bubble. 68%of respondents wont increase their information security spending even if a supplier was attacked.
A threat not yet perceived can still wreak havoc.Two-thirds of respondents said they would not increase their cybersecurity spending after experiencing a breach which did not appear to do any harm.
FACT: Cyber criminals often initiate test attacks to assess your current vulnerabilities and plant seeds that lie dormant after a breach. Dont conclude no harm was done. Assume no harm has been found yet.
Vital to Understand Legal Implications of Cyber Risks.Over half (52%) of responders think their boards are NOT fully knowledgeable about the risks the organization is taking and the Cyber prevention measures that are in place.
Source: 2016 Ernst & Young Global Information Security Survey.
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