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Lacking a realistic game plan, nearly half of respondents view their company as a security ‘front-runner’, while number of incidents rise; Over half say top-level leadership is greatest obstacle to improving effectiveness
NEW YORK and FRAMINGHAM, Mass.– The rise in global security incidents, diminished budgets and degrading security programs have left organizations to deal with security risks that are neither well-understood nor consistently addressed. Executives around the world feel confident that they’re winning the high-stakes game of information security despite the growing number of obstacles, according to The Global State of Information Security(R) Survey 2013 released today by PwC US in conjunction with CIO and CSO magazines.
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