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Ponemon study: business innovation and IT security often do not go hand in hand

Ponemon study: business innovation and IT security often do not go hand in hand

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New research from the Ponemon Institute in partnership with Micro Focus claims business innovation and IT security often do not go hand in hand.

76% of organisations suffer loss or theft of data in past two years

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Over the past two years, three out of every four organisations have been hit by the loss or theft of important data.

79% of businesses lack comprehensive strategies to manage risk

79% of businesses lack comprehensive strategies to manage risk

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Study reveals majority of CISOs and CIOs recognise risk of material attacks that originate on the internet, but need better resources & infrastructure to identify and mitigate threats.

IBM & Ponemon study: Data breach costs rising, now £2.8 mil per incident

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IBM Security today announced the results of a global study which found that the average cost of a data breach for companies surveyed has grown to £2.8 million, representing a 29 percent increase since 2013.

Workplace security awareness programmes lacking in efficacy, says study

Workplace security awareness programmes lacking in efficacy, says study

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Just because a company offers a cyber-security training programme to its employees doesn't mean it's necessarily doing enough to change workers' dangerous online behaviours, according to a report from Experian and Ponemon Institute.

Ponemon: 89% of healthcare orgs breached in last 2 years

Ponemon: 89% of healthcare orgs breached in last 2 years

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For the second consecutive year, Ponemon Institute's annual study on the state of security and privacy in health care found that cyber-crime was the leading cause of data breaches among hospitals and other medical providers.

Over ¼ UK CIOs 'not concerned' about breaches

Over ¼ UK CIOs 'not concerned' about breaches

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A report by the relaunched Carbon Black has shown that 28 percent of UK CIOs are unconcerned with being breached.

New research reveals 71 percent of UK organisations not cyber-resilient

New research reveals 71 percent of UK organisations not cyber-resilient

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Study of 450 UK IT and security professionals uncovers insufficient planning and lack of clear ownership as major inhibitors to achieving cyber resilience.

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