Business leaders around the globe are most concerned about their company to transform its operations and infrastructure to compete with organizations that are “born digital,” according to the 2019 Executive Perspectives on Top Risks survey conducted by Protiviti and North Carolina State University Poole College of Management’s Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Initiative.
Ninety-six percent of U.S. business decision-makers surveyed by Tanium say that making technology resilient to business disruptions is important to their organization, but major barriers remain, with clear challenges between internal organizational structures and access to the right skills and technology.
Abbott and The Chertoff Group, a security and risk management advisory group, released a white paper that shares key findings from a recent study of 300 physicians and 100 hospital administrators on cybersecurity challenges in the hospital environment. Results found that while physicians and hospital administrators view cybersecurity as a priority, the majority of them feel underprepared to combat cyber risks in the connected hospital.
Only 29% of healthcare organizations report having a comprehensive security program in place.
December 1, 2018
Only 29 percent of healthcare organizations reporting having a comprehensive security program in place, and among those that do not have such a program, 31 percent are either not meeting with their executive committee or are meeting less than once a year to give security updates.
Fifty-six percent of organizations experienced a data breach involving more than 1,000 records over the past two years, and of those, 37 percent occurred two to three times and 39 percent were global in scope, according to Experian.
Cyber security is the number one new megatrend shaping the industry, according to the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) yearly report defining the major trends and forces at play in the global security industry. By nearly 30 percentage points, industry leaders said cyber security’s impact on physical security solutions was the greatest they were expecting to face in 2019.
In Security’s February 2019 issue, meet Brian Tuskan, Microsoft's New Security Leader. Learn how he has used technology, his reputation, networking and a desire to help people to become Microsoft’s new CSO. Read about the Next Generation of White Hat Hackers, How to Evaluate Security's Role, and more.