Princeton, NJ, June 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Information Security Media Group (ISMG), publisher of BankInfoSecurity, announces the launch of the 2013 Bit9 Cybersecurity Study.
Global organizations are increasingly concerned about the damage today's most sophisticated cyber attacks can cause, including the advanced persistent threat (APT), targeted attacks and malware.
But how equipped are these enterprises to detect and defend against cyber attacks before they cause damage to endpoints and servers?
The 2013 Bit9 Cybersecurity Study will help determine:
-The impact of today's advanced cyber attacks;
-Where organizations are least prepared to detect and prevent advanced cyber attacks;
-Cyber attack defense spending priorities for 2014.
"With the cyber-security landscape evolving so quickly, this survey represents an opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of how security decision-makers view their ability to protect their enterprises against the APT and other serious threats from nation-states, cyber criminals and hackers that face their organizations every day," says Tom Field, VP - Editorial at ISMG.
Please visit http://www.bankinfosecurity.com/surveys/2013-bit9-cybersecurity-study-s-20
to view survey details.
Survey results will be presented in a variety of ways across Information Security Media Group, including an executive summary, annotated report and a webinar presentation.
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