Citrix: Ninety-nine Problems and Security is the Biggest One
“The Need for a New IT Security Architecture: Global Study”
As we’ve seen from the last year’s headlines, cyber attacks happen by the minute, and in our industry on the whole, they’re not being handled adequately. To get a better view of why that is, we teamed up with the Ponemon Institute to find out what’s holding up businesses from appropriately addressing security issues.
As a company that holds security near and dear to its heart, Citrix wanted to get to the bottom of this and prove that a new security infrastructure is needed. Here’s what we found and how businesses can take smarter steps to protect their most sensitive information — even while threats are on the rise and more employees are going around security practices and policies because they’re too complex.
While cyber attacks over the last 18 months have drawn a significant amount of attention to security, we still have a long way to go in teaching employees about security best practices, sharing information among the intelligence community, and with bringing security infrastructures up-to-date. The demand for devices and anytime, anywhere access often trumps security fears these days. No one can afford to assume that a device or a network is inherently safe. Our survey found that:
Read the entire article here, Ninety-nine Problems and Security is the Biggest One
via the fine folks at Citrix Systems, Inc.