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2019 Cyber Security Teams Survey

See what security teams say are the biggest challenges in balancing enablement with enforcement

What will I learn from this report?
Learn how IT security is really perceived and what needs to change to keep your organisation secure.

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The CISO Challenge:
Aligning Business Enablement with Enforcement

In the new report from Thycotic, you can see what decision makers from over 200 UK and German organisations say about IT security's position and prominence.

Packed with useful statistics, the report illustrates the scale of the gap between enablement and enforcement - and how things need to change.

Here is what you'll learn from this report:

How executive board perceptions restrict the effectiveness of IT security.

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Why better communication and education about cyber security is so essential.

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How IT security can add value & help new business - not just prevent attacks.

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Why innovations like IoT makes joined-up security an urgent need.

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See why now is the time for IT security teams to demonstrate value in the workplace - and for employees at every level to take security seriously.
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Why Choose Thycotic?

The fastest growing provider of Privilege Management solutions, Thycotic secures more than 10,000 organisations worldwide including Fortune 500 enterprises - giving the company unique insight into the challenges enterprises are facing. Thycotic’s award-winning Privileged Account Management minimises risk, limits access, and controls applications on endpoints and servers.

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About the Survey

Commissioned by Thycotic, the survey was carried out by independent market research company Vanson Bourne.

In November 2018, they interviewed 200 IT security decision-makers at organisations with 1,000 employees or more, across both the private and public sectors.

2019 Cyber Security Teams Survey Report
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