The world has changed. The implementation of GDPR in 2018 was just the opening act in a global transformation of data privacy laws. As companies continued to hit the headlines for noncompliance in 2019, we saw regulators such as the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) flex new powers by issuing intentions to fine on a scale that left the security community reeling.
Now more than ever, no one wants to be part of the security team at the next company under investigation by regulators. Preventing insider breaches – whether intentional or accidental – and protecting sensitive data while still ensuring employees remain productive is a complex challenge for IT leaders (including CISOs) to solve.
The second Egress Insider Data Breach Survey explores how IT leaders view that challenge, and compares how they and employees working in non-security functions perceive data risk, responsibility and ownership.
Fill out the form below to read the findings from the survey and learn how they can translate to your organisation.