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Ponemon Institute is pleased to present the findings of The Cost of Malware Containment sponsored by Damballa. Ponemon Institute conducted this research to understand how much money organizations are wasting in their efforts to prevent malware driven threats and other malicious programs from stealing high value and confidential data. The complete report is available for download.
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.
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.
Efficient communication and collaboration amongst physicians, nurses and other providers is critical to
the coordination and delivery of patient care, especially given the increasingly mobile nature of today’s
clinicians and the evolution of the accountable care organization (ACO) model.
Ponemon Institute’s research has consistently revealed that one of the major barriers to achieving a strong security posture is the dearth of trained and skilled security professionals. To bring attention to this rising crisis in recruiting and retaining highly skilled professionals in IT security, HP commissioned Ponemon Institute to conduct two studies on the issues of cybersecurity education and IT security hiring practices in organizations.
Ponemon Institute and Emerson Network Power are pleased to present the results of the 2013 Cost of Data Center Outages. First conducted in 2010, the purpose of this benchmark study is to determine the full economic cost of unplanned data center outages and is the second study in a two-part research series on the topic of data center outages.
The 2013 Cybersecurity Salary Benchmarking Report is now available. The number one reason security professionals leave an organization is due to compensation. Security teams and HR professionals need salary benchmarking information to retain key staff and make offers to new team member. Based on this need we developed the 2013 Cybersecurity Salary Benchmarking Report, giving managers the information needed to:
* Compare staff compensation to industry averages
* Retain top talent
* Make competitive offers to new team members
* Increase staff budgets
* Avoid vulnerabilities that result from staffing shortages
"In past years, organizations have commissioned us to produce salary studies for their own knowledge. We are now making this comprehensive report available to all organizations through SecureWorld Insight, a partnership with Ponemon Institute and SecureWorld Expo. As the market for top quality IT security professions gets more competitive, this information becomes increasingly important to assure proper staff budgets and to avoid vulnerabilities that result from unfilled roles." - Dr. Ponemon.
The Compensation and Role of Security Teams report is now available for purchase at www.secureworldinsight.com.
The 2013 study represents the tenth year Ponemon Institute has conducted its
Privacy Trust Study for Retail Banking. This annual survey-based research series
asks consumers to indicate how secure and confident they feel when sharing their
personal information with their primary banking institutions. (Click to download research briefing)