IoT Cybersecurity is top concern says BlackBerry report
|Richard Harris in Security Friday, October 20, 2017|
Corporate IT report by BlackBerry says IoT security is more important than raid innovation.
“The proliferation of IoT is being led by enterprises, and they continue to require a unified endpoint management strategy that is capable of scaling to handle billions of connected devices,” said Marty Beard, Chief Operating Officer, BlackBerry. “We are focused on securing the EoT because for all its promise, the expanding adoption of connected things means that companies are only as secure as their most vulnerable endpoint.”
Survey respondents represent a wide range of vertical industries, including financial services, government and healthcare.
BlackBerry security report key insights:
- Seventy-eight percent of respondents indicated interest in a solution that allows them to manage all their endpoints in one place.
- Sixty-three percent noted that security is the “top” concern regarding digital technologies and processes. However, only a little over one-third (37 percent) actually have a formal digital transformation strategy in place.
- Organizations are least prepared against external threats, with nearly two-thirds (61 percent) citing hackers and cyberwarfare as top concerns.
- Thirty-nine percent of respondents from very large organizations (more than 10,000 employees) revealed that a lack of collaboration among internal departments is a potential barrier to unified endpoint management, while 51 percent of mid-sized organizations felt the same way.
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