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By CSO staff, CSO |  Security, security data

A 4% increase in security software budgets is anticipated for 2010, including the areas of security information and event management (SIEM), e-mail security, URL filtering and user provisioning. A managed security services spending increase is also expected.

Data Security and Data Breaches

2010 Data Breach Investigations Report

Conducted by: The Verizon RISK Team in cooperation with the U.S. Secret Service.

Sponsored by: Unsponsored

Origin of data: The primary dataset analyzed in this report contains the 141 confirmed breach cases worked by Verizon (57) and the USSS (84) in 2009.

Survey examines origins and frequency of breaches, who caused tham and what they have in common. This in-depth perspective now spans 6 years, more than 900 breaches and more than 900 million compromised records.

Securosis 2010 Data Security Survey

Conducted by: Securosis, L.L.C.

Sponsored by: Imperva

Number of respondents: 1,176

Roughly half of responding organizations have some form of data security controls deployed; e-mail filtering was listed as the most common control and also the least effective. While 88% of respondents must meet at least one regulatory requirement, "to improve security" was the most common driver for adding data security controls.

Application Security: It's a Case of Good News/Bad News

Conducted by: BankInfoSecurity.com

Sponsored by: Unsponsored

Number of respondents: More than 100 banking/security leaders from financial institutions of all sizes.

Note: Registration required for full results.

Survey guages perceived strength of financial institutions' application security programs; 81% are only somewhat or not at all confident in the security of third-party applications.

Federal Cyber Security Outlook for 2010 Survey

Conducted by: Ernst & Young

Sponsored by: Unsponsored

Number of respondents: Nearly 1,900 organizations worldwide across all major industries.

12th annual survey finds forty-one percent of respondents reported increased internal attacks while 25% saw a rise in internal attacks; 50% plan to spend more this year to improve information security risk management.

2010 HIMSS Analytics Report: Security of Patient Data

Conducted by: HIMSS Analytics

Sponsored by: Kroll Fraud Solutions


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