ISACA: One in Four Organizations Have Suffered an APT

Anti-virus and network perimeter technologies topped the list when it came to the most popular technical controls used.

Phil Muncaster

Over a quarter of global organizations have suffered an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) yet many are relying on outdated tools to keep them safe, according to a new study from ISACA.
The industry body polled over 600 of its members worldwide to compile the 2015 Advanced Persistent Threat Awareness Study. It found that while 28% had suffered an APT, more than two-thirds (67%) claimed they felt ready to respond to future attacks.
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