The security data and survey directory

By CSO staff, CSO |  Security, security data

Number of respondents: 250 senior information technology (IT) executives, Chief Security Officers and Health Information Management (HIM) Directors/Managers Compliance Officers and Privacy Officers.

A study on the shift to electronic health records (EHRs) over the next several years highlights the inability of healthcare providers to adequately secure data--even in the face of increased regulation of the HIPAA and HITECH acts.

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Employees Put Personal Security, Interests Above Company's

Conducted by: Trend Micro

Sponsored by: Unsponsored

Number of respondents: 1,600 end users in the U.S., U.K, Germany and Japan.

Survey examines employees' unsanctioned use of corporate networks and tools. About half of respondents admitted leaking confidential data through a Web mail account; 60% of mobile workers and 44% of stationary workers also admitted to having done so through IM or social media applications.

Outbound Email and Data Loss Prevention in Today's Enterprise, 2010

Conducted by: Osterman

Sponsored by: Proofpoint

Number of respondents: 261 responses from companies with 1,000 or more employees.

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Managing the risks of outbound e-mail, blog postings, social media, mobile devices, etc. is the focus of this survey. One quarter of U.S. companies investigated the leakage of confidential, sensitive or private information via a blog or message board posting; 24% disciplined an employee for such a breach in the last year. One fifth investigated a similar breach involving a social networking site.

BBusiness Risk of a Lost Laptop: A Study of U.S. IT Practitioners

Conducted by: Ponemon Institute LLC

Sponsored by: Dell Corporation

Number of respondents: 714 IT and IT security practitioners with an average of almost 7.5 years of domain-specific experience.

2009 study looks at the business risk of poor laptop security. Sixty-five percent of respondents say the number of lost or stolen laptops is up from previous years; 75% say they know of an incident in their organization where sensitive or confidential data was at risk because of a lost or stolen laptop computer.

60 Percent of Facebook Users Consider Quitting over Privacy

Conducted by: Sophos

Sponsored by: Unsponsored

Number of respondents: 1,588 Facebook users.


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