Ernst & Young visuals security survey 2012

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Risk and Security not always aligned. Not enough non IT focus on security. Hardly surprising that organisational Information Security needs are not being met in enough organisations.

Risk and Security not always aligned. Not enough non IT focus on security. Hardly surprising that organisational Information Security needs are not being met in enough organisations.

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  • 1. 63% place IS responsibility with IT 5% Have a Chief Risk Officer Source: Ernst & Young Global Information Security Survey 2012 Where does responsibility for Information Security sit in responding organisations? Is it a surprise 70% say that their IS Function only partiallymeets organisational needs? Visual ©Advent IM Ltd 2012
  • 2. 46% neveror almost never discuss Information Security at top governing structure of their organisation 56% 42% 38% aligned to IT Strategyaligned to Business Strategyaligned to Risk Appetit how is Information Security aligned in your organisation?
  • 3. planned spend increase of 5-15% planned spend increase of 25% or more With so little boardroom involvement and so little specialist security resourcing, how will any additional spending be effectively appropriately controlled?
  • 4. 63% place IS responsibility with IT 5% Have a Chief Risk Officer Source: Ernst & Young Global Information Security Survey 2012 Where does responsibility for Information Security sit in responding organisations? Is it a surprise 70% say that their IS Function only partiallymeets organisational needs?