2015 Data Center Security Study

How Will Security Advance in the Data Center in 2016?

Security continues to be top of mind as the news continually alerts us to high-profile breaches that involve the compromise of critical data. And as breach incidents and costs mount, executives and business leaders must ask: How secure are our data centers? What should we do differently in our security strategy?

Please take time now to participate in the 2015 Data Center Security Study, sponsored by Cisco, and help determine:

  • What are the most common data center security incidents, and what impact are they having on organizations?
  • How have threats to data centers evolved and multiplied over the past year?
  • What new investments will organizations make to improve data center security in the coming year?

This survey is now closed. Thank you for your participation.


Survey Results

2015 Data Center Security Study

From Anthem to OPM, the news continually alerts us to highprofile breaches that involve the compromise of critical data. And as breach incidents and costs mount, security leaders must ask: How secure are our data centers? What should we do differently in our security strategy?

Some facts upfront: 59 percent of security leaders say their organizations' data centers have been attacked in the past year, and 54 percent describe their current state of data center security as average or inadequate.

Download this survey report to explore these and other findings, as well as get the answers to three key questions:

  • What are the most common data center security incidents, and what impact are they having on organizations?
  • How have threats to data centers evolved and multiplied over the past year?
  • What new investments will organizations make to improve data center security in the coming year?



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