Security spending decisions leave sensitive data vulnerable

By The News Desk|31 January 2017

Thales e-Security, a leader in cybersecurity and data security, has announced in its 2017 Thales Data Threat Report that 68% of respondents have experienced a breach, 26% in the past year.

Overall security spending is up by 58%; but 30% of respondents classify their organisations as ‘very vulnerable’ or ‘extremely vulnerable’ to data attacks; the two top spending priorities are network (62%) and endpoint (56%) protection solutions, influenced mainly by the need for compliance, then best practice and then protecting reputation/brand.

This article quotes a number of experts across global data businesses, on their reactions to the findings, the fifth such report from Thales, in collaboration with analyst firm 451 Research, and where respondents believe the biggest threat is coming from.

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