Are CxOs are able to embrace innovation in spite of IT Risks? Citing concerns from the CEO study on increased pressure to deliver transformative business value with limited resources, like increased cyber risks, budget constraints, coping with social media ... big data ... cloud ... personal devices with worst of all, aging infrastructure. These constrains bring about increased risks factors as cited in the CISO study and how the risks landscape is changing. Findings from the X-Force trend also report increased vulnerabilitys as businesses try to adopt new business models and technologies with the fact that a firm’s IT get an average of 60,000 attacks a day. IBM shares how they manage their IT Risks with 10 security essential practices, while confidently transforming and innovating. This is only possible with a holistic, integrated IBM security framework which manages and protects their people, data, applications and infrastructure with security services and software appliances coupled with security intelligence analytics. The same approach is used to solve many IBM's clients IT risks and challenges with more than 15,000 researchers monitoring over 15 billion events across 133 countries and developing new technology to support tomorrow’s security challenges.
This infographic features findings from the IBM X-Force Mid-Year 2011 Trend and Risk Report, The Essential CIO: Insights from the Global Chief Information Security Officer Study and other IBM Research. See how chief information security officers are embracing innovation in spite of IT Risks.
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