Survey: Many Organizations Not Confident in Data Protection
DATA PROTECTION—INDIAAugust 27, 2010
Almost half of Indian organizations polled in a recent survey said they've experienced at least one internal security breach within the last year, India Blooms reports. Thirty-two percent said their information security professionals are missing competencies to handle existing and foreseeable security requirements, the report states, though 66 percent of organizations said they are very confident or extremely confident in their ability to thwart external attacks. Deloitte's "2010 Global Security Survey-India Report," polled 62 Indian organizations. "While organizations have taken a step in the right direction by reinforcing budgets towards information security, current strategies may still be inadequate to close the gaps," said a Deloitte spokesperson.