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By CSO staff, CSO |  Security, security data

2009 survey looks at risk management during economic downturn and finds more than half of firms falling under Basel II requirements reported they were nearly in compliance or had already complied. Also, only 24% have a defined and approved enterprise-level statement of the firms risk appetite; 72% of firms with ERM programs reported that the quantifiable benefits exceeded its costs.

Security Survey Spotlights Consumers' Influence on Enterprise IT

Conducted by: InsightExpress

Sponsored by: Cisco

Number of respondents: 512 IT security professionals across the U.S., Germany, Japan, China and India.

Survey of IT pros from 5 counties compares threat perception, technologies and tools used. For example, nearly one third perceive unauthorized users as the primary IT risk.

Social Networking or Reputational Risk: 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey

Conducted by: Opinion Research

Sponsored by: Deloitte LLP

Number of respondents: 2,008 employed adults and 500 business executives.

Many companies are using social networking to build their businesses; however, it can also hurt companies. A survey finds 58% of executives believe the reputational risk of social networking makes it a boardroom issue but only 15% are taking it to that level.

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Federal Cyber Security Outlook for 2010 Survey

Conducted by: Clarus Research Group

Sponsored by: Lumension

Number of respondents: 201 Federal government IT security decision makers.

A lack of collaboration across IT and security is increasing the risk of the Federal government's ability to defend against sophisticated attacks, according to the survey. Additionally, 74% working in national defense and security expect a cyberattack by a foreign country in the next year.

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.

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


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