Despite drop in complacency, issues remain.

Phil Muncaster

A worrying number of European organizations are flying blind when it comes to working out if they’ve been a victim of targeted attacks, according to new research from Trend Micro.
The security giant commissioned analyst house Quocirca to interview 600 IT decision makers across Europe about their attitudes to advanced attacks.
It found that of the 251 organizations that had been successfully targeted, 31 claimed they were not aware if any data had been stolen, while a further six knew they had been attacked but not how much data had been stolen.
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