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IT Security Purchasing Intentions 2013

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This in-depth research from Computer Weekly and TechTarget reveals the IT security spending priorities of businesses in the UK and Europe.

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Despite the downturn, 40% of organisations plan to increase their security budgets in 2013 in response to rising threats, with only 5% planning cuts in security spending.

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Malware and external threats top security concerns in the face of increasingly sophisticated attacks.

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Compliance ranks higher than mobile in the list of top concerns, web application and cloud security despite increased hacker focus on these areas.

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Over 250 IT professionals in the UK and Europe took part in this survey conducted in November 2012.

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Contents:

  • Security budget trends
  • Top security concerns in business
  • Security spending in the cloud
  • Mobile device security spending
  • Take-up of mobile device management
  • Use of dynamic and static source code testing tools
  • Database activity monitoring
  • Policy and risk management software
  • Security training
  • Security as a service priorities
  • Data loss prevention
  • Next generation firewalls
  • Security Information and event management
  • Network Access Control
  • Encryption and anti-malware
  • Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Intrusion Prevention Systems
  • Network Security Technologies
  • Advanced Threats
  • Vulnerability Management Strategies
  • Authentication including software, hardware and biometrics
  • Defending against targeted attacks
  • Satisfaction with security suppliers

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Vendor:
ComputerWeekly.com
Posted:
Feb 8, 2021
Published:
Nov 30, 2012
Format:
PDF
Type:
Research Content

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