Annual Report Reveals Organizations are Moving Away from 'One Size Fits All' Approach and are Looking for Best-of-Breed Core Solutions for Risk and Compliance
SANTA CLARA, Calif., 2012년 5월 29일 (화) - McAfee today announced findings from its annual study that highlights how IT decision-makers view and address the challenges of risk and compliance management in a highly regulated and increasingly complex global business environment. The report Risk and Compliance Outlook: 2012, found that Database Security and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) were among the top priorities due to increased advanced persistent threats.
Database security has been an ongoing concern for organizations due to highly publicized data breaches and the growing regulatory compliance demands. The largest portion of an enterprise’s most sensitive and valuable information resides in databases. When asked about sensitive database breaches, over one quarter had either had a breach or did not have the visibility to detect a breach. In addition, respondents listed databases as the top challenge in meeting regulatory mandates.
The other top concern was SIEM, finding that most organizations rely on legacy systems that do not meet their current needs. Ever changing threats, data breaches, and IT complexity add to the burden of being able to monitor security events, detect attacks, and assess real and potential risk. Approximately 40% of organizations are planning to implement or update a SIEM solution. While 80% of respondents cited visibility as very important, security teams remained challenged in this area. Discovering threats was listed as the top challenge to managing enterprise risk.
"Managing risk through security and compliance continues to be a leading concern for organizations the world over," said Jill Kyte, vice president of security management at McAfee. "Meeting the requirements of increasingly demanding regulations while reducing exposure to the new classes of sophisticated threats and having an accurate understanding of risk and compliance at any point in time – can be challenging. To address this issue, organizations are looking to “best-of-breed” solutions to manage all aspects of their risk and compliance needs and reduce the amount of time spent managing multiple solutions."
About the Report: The independent research for the Risk and Compliance Outlook was conducted by Evaluserve on behalf of McAfee. The survey includes responses from 438 IT decision makers, consultants and security analysts from companies with more than 250 worldwide employees who are involved in evaluation, selection, day-to-day management and maintenance of security products. Surveys were conducted in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom and United States.
To download the report, please visit www.mcafee.com/rcoutlook12
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