In the past few years, rapid growth in the volume of sensitive information combined with new technologies has chipped away at the effectiveness of traditional endpoint protections and network perimeter security.
A new global survey of more than 3,400 ISACA members shows that 46 percent of respondents expect their organization to face a cyberattack in 2015 and 83 percent believe cyberattacks are one of the top three threats facing organizations today.
Attackers have become more proficient at taking advantage of gaps in security to evade detection and conceal malicious activity, according to Cisco.
UPDATE: Tuesday, 20 January 2015, 1:10 PT - Jericho from Attrition.org has written an insightful post that essentially debunks the data released by DB Networks.
Enterprises spend $1.3 million a year dealing with false positive cyber security alerts, which equals nearly 21,000 hours in wasted time.
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