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State of the cyber threat landscape 2017

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State of the Cyber Security Landscape Report 2017


Welcome to Control Risks’ State of the Cyber Security Landscape Survey 2017. We are pleased to present an in-depth analysis of the responses of IT and business decision makers from large organisations across 20 countries, each of which has more than 2,000 employees. Conducted between January and February 2017, this survey is set against a backdrop of a continued growth in major cyber breaches. Our analysis of the responses looks at what organisations across the globe are doing to defend against cyber threats, and to determine challenges and best practices to mitigate cyber security risks (the likelihood of those threats affecting a particular organisation).

 

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