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New Study Reveals National IT Security Challenges Mounting; Growing Sophistication of Cyber Attacks Pose Greatest Risk to U.S. Infrastructure
Date:4/6/2010

Lumension Commissioned Survey “Federal Cyber Security Outlook for 2010” Provides In-Depth Dive into Endpoint Management and Cyber Security Challenges Facing Federal IT Personnel

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (PRWEB) April 6, 2010 -- According to a new Clarus Research Group survey commissioned by Lumension, nearly three-quarters of federal IT decision-makers who work in national defense and security departments or agencies say the possibility is “high” for a cyber attack by a foreign nation in the next year. Additionally, a third of these respondents say they have already experienced such a cyber attack within the last year.

The survey of 201 federal IT decision-makers and influencers, conducted February 18-26, 2010, also identifies the growing volume and sophistication of cyber attacks as the top IT security risks facing federal IT in the coming year. Yet, more than half of those surveyed expect only minor policy changes as a result of the recently created federal cyber security coordinator position. Of federal IT personnel surveyed, 41 percent said they spent less than 10 percent of their time over the past year working on the Comprehensive National Cyber Security Initiative -- and a solid majority, 62 percent, said they spent less than 25 percent of their time on it.

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