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The 2019 Security Priorities executive summary provides insight into the factors that are driving security investment, the solutions and technologies that organizations are investing in to improve their security posture, and where companies are noticing some gaps in their security strategy. This year’s research found that organizations are taking security seriously, as 69% of organizations report to have a CSO, CISO or top security executive; and this increases to 88% at enterprise organizations.

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Download the executive summary to learn:

check_icon Key factors driving security spending and the allocation of security budgets within the next 12 months

check_icon Different types of organizations likely to have a CSO, CISO or top security executive in place (e.g. financial organizations, enterprise companies, etc.)

check_icon Where IT and security decision-makers feel their organization is falling short in their cybersecurity program and the priorities they put in place to combat these shortfalls

check_icon Top security technologies being actively researched over the next 12 months, and the technologies expecting an increase in investment

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