From: CIO Insight
By Patrick K. Burke
Crime doesn’t pay, but it certainly costs enterprises a ton of time and money.
Organizations face serious risks associated with cyber-crime over the next three years, according to a new study commissioned by Raytheon in conjunction with Ponemon Institute.
Among some of the more harrowing findings: A lack of resources and a serious disconnect between security leaders and top business leadership are preventing companies from addressing growing cyber-security threats, and a majority of respondents (78 percent) said their organization’s top officials have not been briefed on a cyber-security strategy in the last 12 months. In addition, 66 percent of respondents believe senior leaders in their organization do not perceive cyber-security as a strategic priority.