sponsored by Bit9, Inc.
Posted:  13 Nov 2013
Published:  13 Nov 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  14  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

26% of organizations’ servers have been hit by advanced malware.

In October 2013, Bit9 conducted its third-annual survey on server security. In the past year, the inability to detect or stop advanced attacks has remained a constant challenge for enterprises. This survey was designed to analyze these challenges from respondents who are responsible for their organization’s security posture.

Key findings and takeaways:

  • Targeted attacks and data breaches are top concerns for organizations, but confidence in being able to detect or stop them on their servers has dropped for the second consecutive year.
  • Virtual servers continue to be perceived as more secure than physical ones, despite admitted advanced attacks.
  • Administrative effort for server security remains uncomfortably high for the second year in a row.





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