Kaspersky’s 2013 Global IT Risks Survey

Written by Colin Marrs on 11 March 2014 in Sponsored Article
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Kaspersky’s 2013 Global IT Risks Survey found that new technology - leading to new ways of working - were of most concern to IT managers. Mobility, use of personal devices at work (BYOD) and social media in the work place were the top three concerns.

It is more than 25 years since the first PC viruses appeared. Today’s threats faced by businesses are more complex than ever before.

In Kaspersky’s 2013 Global IT Risks Survey, we found that new technology - leading to new ways of working - were of most concern to IT managers. Mobility, use of personal devices at work (BYOD) and social media in the work place were the top three concerns.

This report analyses the results of the Global IT Risks Survey, looking at the use of targeted vs random attacks, cyber weapons, mobile malware and the threats to social networks, emails and removable media. It also includes 10 tips for creating security awareness in your organisation.

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