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Title Cyber Crime Widely Underreported Says ISACA 2019 Annual Report on Cyber Security Trends   hot icon  
Date 2019-06-24 Hit 26
 

Title: Cyber Crime Widely Underreported Says ISACA 2019 Annual Report on Cyber Security Trends

Author: CPO MAGAZINE

Date: 06.21.2019

Abstract:

ISACA surveys 1,576 cyber security professionals in decision-making positions in their organization. Respondents are with organizations ranging in size from enterprise to small-to-medium.

The headliner of the most recent part of the cyber security trends report is the underreporting of cyber crime around the globe, which appears to have become normalized. About half of the respondents indicated that they feel that most enterprises do not report all of the cyber crime that they experience, including incidents that they are legally obligated to disclose.

This is taking place in a cyber security landscape in which just under half of the respondents said that cyber attacks had increased in the previous year, and nearly 80% expect to have to contend with a cyber attack on their organization next year. And only a third of the cyber security leaders reported “high” confidence in the ability of their teams to detect and respond to such an attack.

Source: https://www.cpomagazine.com/cyber-security/cyber-crime-widely-underreported-says-isaca-2019-annual-report-on-cyber-security-trends/



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