The main security projects for 2014 include data loss prevention, mobile and network-based security, and identity and access management. Among the top projects, encryption and threat detection are relatively low down on the list, with just 28% of respondents planning projects in these areas.
Just 21% of respondents plan to implement cloud security. Similarly, 27% of respondents said they would implement threat-detection initiatives in the coming year, with 24% for encryption.
While the security industry is moving to intelligence-led systems, investment in this area remains relatively low, with just 23% planning to implement security data-management analysis.
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