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Dark Reading–Assessing Cybersecurity Risk in Today's Enterprises

<h2>Informa Tech, the parent company of Dark Reading, surveyed 150 technology and cybersecurity professional organizations in North America. </h2><p>Security leaders are struggling to understand their organizations&#39; risk exposure. While many are confident in their security strategies and processes, they&#39;re also more concerned than ever about getting breached.</p><p>Dark Reading&#39;s annual 2019 Strategic Security Survey reveals that many companies are uncertain about their data breach exposure because of growing threat sophistication, increasing attack volumes, and many other factors. A high percentage of IT leaders see employees as presenting as big a breach risk as external cybercriminals and nation-state actors.</p><p>Threat intelligence services are considered extremely useful for attacks that range from low and slow to low-likelihood, high-impact events. The number of organizations implementing threat intelligence services to fortify their defenses against cybersecurity attacks continues to grow. </p><div class="feature-box fbox-plain bottommargin-sm"><div class="fbox-icon"><i>44<span style="font-size: 28px;">%</span></i></div><h3 style="padding:0px 10px;">of organizations have subscriptions to between two and four threat intelligence feeds or services, compared with just 30% last year.</h3></div><p>Read the report to gain insight into how today&#39;s enterprises assess and perceive the risks they faced in 2019.</p><h3>Download the report. </h3>

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