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Organisations surveyed in the U.K. are becoming increasingly concerned about the threat of intellectual property theft and confidential information being used to access business-critical systems, this report from the Ponemon Institute and Juniper Networks reveals. The report, which surveyed 4,774 global IT and IT security professionals across nine countries including over 520 professionals in the U.K., identified the challenges enterprises are facing around emerging security threats and their ability to defend against them. The research found that the growing sophistication of cyber attacks, the changing threat landscape, and an increasing fear of theft of intellectual property and trade secrets, are spurring investment in network security technologies. Access >>>
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- Perceptions about emerging network technologies
- Network security posture of organizations in this study
- Efficacy of emerging network security technologies
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