cyber security survey 2017

Take the Cyber Security Survey 2017 [And Get the Free Report]

In Data Security by Devesh Panchwagh

Delta Risk has partnered with the Information Security Community on LinkedIn to examine the latest cyber security trends, investment priorities, challenges, and solutions regarding security-centric topics such as cloud security, mobile security, threat management, application security, managed security, and more.

Let your voice be heard, and take the cyber security survey today!

Everyone who completes this comprehensive survey will receive a copy of the complete 2017 Cyber Security Trends Report as a thank you as soon as it is published.

The difference between this trends report and the others you’ll find across the web? Input is coming directly from more than 300,000 security and cyber security professionals. With this report, you’ll get the latest data points and trends in cyber security, learn how your peers are approaching security, and gain valuable benchmark data that will help gauge how your own organization stacks up compared with others.

Security professionals seeking new solutions, advice, and additional resources need to stay connected with a network that brings together innovative security opportunities and ideas. The Information Security Community is the largest community of cyber security professionals in the industry, and the biggest information security community on LinkedIn.

17 Cyber Security Trends in 2017

In case you missed it, we also recently revealed some of the most noteworthy cyber security trends we see taking shape in 2017. From the continuous assault of deadly DDoS attacks to new targets for ransomware to increasing endpoint management scrutiny, we will see some major 2016 trends continuing to gain momentum throughout 2017, while other trends (the New York Cyber Security Rules) will officially make their debut.

This list of cyber security trends for 2017 comes from the unique Delta Risk perspective, based on discussions with our clients, customers, experiences in the field, and what we’ve learned this past year.

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