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How internal dysfunction puts your network at risk

11
Sep
2018
How internal dysfunction puts your network at risk

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IDG polled 200 network and cybersecurity professionals across the U.S. & Canada, and found almost inevitable consequences for organizations where network and cybersecurity teams have conflicting objectives, are managed in a siloed way, and have unequal or incomplete network visibility.

86% of respondents admitted to experiencing at least one of the following due to a lack of close collaboration:

  • Increase in security breaches and/or data loss
  • Slow response to security events
  • Finger pointing/blame game
  • Loss of productivity
  • Service downtime
  • Inability to determine root cause of security events
  • Cost increases.

“The findings of this research should mobilize organizations to address some of their most fundamental problems, like team structure, goals, communication, and collaboration,” comments IDG publisher Bob Bragdon.

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