Business Risk Leadership
Organizations continue to face security risks and obstacles threatening their success and prosperity. Security departments need products and services to address these challenging times. CSO continues to be the single resource that connects security buyers and sellers, helping to make them both
Identifying and gaining access to the person with the authority and budget to purchase your products or services can be a difficult task. Addressing customers’ needs and closing the sale can be even more challenging.
Security purchases almost always require the CSO’s buy-in, and many layers of security decision-makers are involved in the recommendation process. CSO’s marketing channels provide access to this wide group of end-users in an effective way to help accelerate the sales cycle.
As Cybercrime Threats Continue to Escalate, 2013 State of Cybercrime Survey from PwC and CSO Finds Companies Aren’t Doing Enough to Defend Themselves
Stark reality: respondents still do not understand the extent of threats and how to combat them; survey results point to serious implication to U.S. and global business if senior executives do not take action now
NEW YORK, June 20, 2013 -- PwC US and CSO magazine today released the 2013 State of Cybercrime Survey, which reveals that while cybercrime threats are on the rise, current attempts to counter them remain largely unsuccessful. According to the report, organizations have made little progress in developing ways to defend themselves against both internal and external cyber opponents. Over 500 U.S. executives, security experts, and others from the private and public sectors were surveyed on their views on the state of cybercrime. The survey is a collaborative effort with PwC, CSO magazine, the U.S. Secret Service, the Software Engineering Institute CERT® Program at Carnegie Mellon University, and the FBI.
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