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BYOD, virtualisation and the increasing complexity of threats create the greatest impact on today's enterprises.
F5 Networks, Inc. has announced the findings of its 2013 RSA Security Trends Survey, which revealed that organisations are struggling to keep pace with the changing face of security. Respondents were RSA attendees with IT responsibilities over planning, management, oversight, or implementation of security. The results show that security trends such as virtualisation (73 percent), BYOD (66 percent), and the complexity of attack types (72 percent) have the greatest impact on securing today’s organisations. Nearly half of respondents admit that traditional safeguards are less than adequate in protecting against threats related to these trends, with roughly one-third of respondents reporting that their security readiness is inadequate.
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