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Report Finds Large Enterprises Face Security Concerns

July 9, 2019

Hikvision HikWire blog article Report Finds Large Enterprises Face Security Concerns

Hikvision Tips to Reduce Cyberattacks and Security Concerns in Network Security, User Security and System Administration

 

Large enterprises face security concerns according to the article by Security magazine “Enterprises Challenged with Security Basics” that covers finding from Panaseer’s Security Leader Peer report.

From the article: “Data reveals concerns on visibility and access to trusted data, leaving organizations open to attack. Fueling this issue is an inability to receive timely visibility across a multitude of installed security technologies, the report says.”

Findings from the report also include:

  • 89 percent of security leaders struggle with insight into trusted data.
  • 31 percent of security leaders have concerns that “a lack of visibility will impact their ability to adhere to regulations.”
  • 26.5 percent of respondents stated they are running an average of 76 or more security tools across their organization.

Click here to read more about the research.

For tips to improve cybersecurity and reduce security concerns, read the Hikvision blog, “Hikvision Cybersecurity Director Offers Tips to Reduce Cyberattacks and Security Concerns in Network Security, User Security and System Administration.”

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