SPECIAL REPORT: Enterprises Across Europe, the Middle East and Africa Slowly Embrace Cybersecurity Challenges

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This report, which is based on a Forbes Insights survey of 451 enterprises across Europe, and another 200 within the Middle East and Africa, explores the state of cybersecurity in these regions and how the perceptions of business leaders and security practitioners vary on these issues. We focus primarily on the European findings but have noted where there are noticeable differences among the regions. We also provide recommendations on how companies in Europe and in the Middle East and Africa can better protect their businesses.

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Date: 6 January 2020, 10:15 am   |   Provider: VMware UK Limited   |   Size: 2.36 MB   |   Language: English
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