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Security Attitudes and Behaviors Surveyed Across Industries

By Chris Crum

April 24, 2015

Biscom shared some results of a new IT Survey finding that although regulated industries say security is a high concern, many are still using solutions that are inadequate for protecting their data.

The survey compared attitudes and behaviors related to enterprise security across 13 industries including healthcare, financial services, retail, computer hardware, software, and manufacturing. Security concerns have only gotten higher across those mentioned.

Tools and protocols vary greatly across industries, but all sectors see security as critical, and "need it to be core features of their file synchronization products" the survey finds.

"Our survey confirmed what we were already starting to see: that security will be the key focus in all areas of business for 2015," said Biscom CEO Bill Ho. "The data breaches within the past year have shown us that all businesses are increasingly at risk and should be actively assessing tools and processes which can help reduce their exposure."

70% of respondents in the survey [...]

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