Humans have entered the era where data is as critical, important and precious as basic needs. ‘The next big war is going to be digital and perhaps we are not so well equipped for it,’ read the lines of an interesting article i read a couple of years ago. While it made sense at that time, experiencing it is a complete different thing. The 2017 Thales Data Threat Report which issued in conjunction with analyst firm 451 Research says that 68 percent of respondents have experienced a breach with 26 percent experiencing a breach in the last year. The report polled 1,100 senior IT security executives at large enterprises around the world and indicates an ongoing disconnect between the security solutions organisations spend money on and the ability of those solutions to protect sensitive data. About 30 percent of respondents classify their organisations as ‘very vulnerable’ or ‘extremely vulnerable’ to data attacks (and the number of breaches continues to rise) the two top spending priorities are network (62 percent) and endpoint (56 percent) protection solutions. Cyber attacks have been around for years, but the scale has increased ever so much that it is now becoming a global topic for debate…. Read full this story
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