A survey of 500 IT decision-makers in UK enterprises (250+ employees) has revealed that 54% lack the knowledge and capacity required to thwart sophisticated cyber attacks.
The survey, which was conducted by Symantec and Deloitte, also found that:
66% of respondents don’t think it’s necessary to regularly train employees on cyber security policies and practices
60% of respondents lack full confidence in their enterprise’s cyber security policies
55% of respondents depend on legislation, regulations, and other external factors to drive their infosec policy
49% of respondents fail to fully protect confidential data, including corporate intellectual property, and private information related to customers, employees, and finances
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