As cyber attacks continue to increase in frequency, a company's cybersecurity action plan must be able to rein in and mitigate threats as they develop.  

ISACA's third annual cybersecurity study finds that this issue is increasingly a business priority. The challenge? Resources and available skills are not keeping pace with a threat landscape that is rapidly escalating in complexity and volume.

The ISACA survey targets managers and practitioners who have cybersecurity job responsibilities. Respondents primarily came from North America (42 percent) and Europe (31 percent), and were employed in an enterprise with at least 1,500 employees (49 percent).

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Denny Jacob

Denny Jacob is an associate editor for NU PropertyCasualty360. Contact him at [email protected].