At the same time, 65 percent of CIOs and 63 percent of CEOs state that losing this data would destroy their business
16 May 2017 — Today, IT decision makers (ITDMs) say that half (50 percent) of all corporate data in the enterprise is held on laptops and desktops, instead of in the data centre or centralised servers. In the U.S., this rises to as much as 60 percent. Simultaneously, the significance of this data to the productivity and security of the business is well understood at the top of the organisation — with 63 percent of CEOs stating that losing this data would destroy their business. But, awareness of the risk is doing little to change adherence to proper security practices.
CEOs are playing a game of chance with critical corporate data
Despite the known risks facing organisations today, such as data breaches, business decision makers (BDMs) and CEOs are putting critical data at jeopardy. Three quarters (75 percent) of CEOs and...