Sponsored by Scalar and independently conducted by Ponemon Institute, the purpose of this research is to study how Canadian organizations are responding to cyber security threats and the need to invest in enabling security technologies. While we determined that many have a strong security posture, 52 percent of the organizations represented in this research would have difficulty continuing to operate if they experienced a major attack.
What do employees think about the use of mobile devices in the workplace? Are they concerned about the security of their devices? Are they aware of potential risks to corporate information when using smartphones and tablets?
The Security Impact of Mobile Device Use by Employees, sponsored by Accellion and conducted by Ponemon Institute examines employees’ perceptions about the secure use of mobile devices to access corporate information.
Ponemon Institute and Lumension are pleased to present the results from the 2015 State of the Endpoint Report: User-Centric Risk. The purpose of this study is to understand trends and changes in endpoint risk in organizations. An endpoint can include servers, desktops, laptops, smartphones, and even printers, ATMs and PoS devices.
Ponemon Institute is pleased to present the findings of The Open Source Collaboration Study: Viewpoints on Security & Privacy in the US & EMEA sponsored by Zimbra. The complete report is available for download.
We are pleased to present the 2014 Global Report on the Cost of Cyber Crime. Sponsored by HP Enterprise Security, this year’s study is based upon a representative sample of 257 organizations in various industry sectors.
Ponemon Institute and Raytheon are pleased to present the findings of Security in the New Mobile Ecosystem. The purpose of this research is to examine the impact of mobile devices, mobile apps and the mobile workforce (a.k.a. mobile ecosystem) on the overall security posture of organizations in the United States.