Trend Micro Study Shows 80 Percent of Business Leaders Anticipate Critical Security Breach in 2019
Hikvision on Roles and Responsibilities to Avoid Security Breach
Trend Micro’s Cyber Risk Index study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute, found that 80 percent of IT business leaders expect a critical security breach or cyberattack to occur in 2019, according to an article in Security magazine.
“The overall Cyber Risk Index shows companies are at an elevated risk for cyberattack because critical data, operations, infrastructure, and human capital are not well prioritized and protected. We designed the CRI to help security leaders improve their visibility of cyber risks so they can better prepare against attacks. Additionally, understanding the key areas of risk can enable companies to provide better security while also meeting regulatory requirements,” said Jon Clay, director of global threat communications for Trend Micro, in the article.
The study also found that the highest risk of loss after a security breach is to R&D, trade secrets, customer accounts, and other confidential information. Implementing technologies securely, such as cloud and IoT, raised concerns among the surveyed group.
In the blog, “Hikvision Cybersecurity Director: Roles and Responsibilities to Avoid Cybersecurity Breach,” Hikvision’s Chuck Davis provides tips for manufacturers, installers, and end users to reduce the risk of security breach.