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What Do the C-Suite Think About Cybersecurity?

Cybercrime against businesses and other organizations is undoubtedly a hot topic, with regular news headlines and cautionary tales of those who have been breached. We wanted to understand the changing views from the C-suite about cybercrime, what they have been doing to tackle it and what they plan to do next.

To find the answers we engaged research analysts Ovum to carry out an independent research project for us across 6 countries - and the answers are on the way!

We want you to join the conversation so we’ll be releasing key statistics from the research in a Tweet Chat on 1st June at 4pm BST / 8 am PDT – please tweet along #cybertrends and join us to find out:

  • The types of organization that are looking to invest in cybersecurity in the coming year.
  • The industries that have been experiencing the biggest increase in attacks.
  • The country where only 41% of respondents have a tested data breach response plan.
  • How well businesses think they are managing cybersecurity compared to their competitors.
To take part please join the conversation #cybertrends and follow us @FICO.

This blog is based on independent research carried out on behalf of FICO by research and consulting firm Ovum. This link will take you to a page where you can download the whitepaper ‘What the C-suite Needs to Know about Cyber-readiness’ or one of our ‘Views From the C-Suite’ e-books for the USA, UK, Canada and the Nordics.

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