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Tenable Network Security Survey Shows High Confidence in NIST Cybersecurity Framework

A new study by Tenable Network Security indicates a high level of confidence among organizations in the cybersecurity framework of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is the preferred security framework for 70 percent of the respondents in Tenable’s Trends in Security Framework Adoption Survey, the company said …

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SolarWinds Survey: Federal IT Leaders Link Updates, Consolidation Efforts to IT Security Challenges

A new SolarWinds survey has found that 48 percent of federal information technology professionals see increased information technology security challenges as a result of upgrades and consolidation programs for IT systems. Federal IT leaders associated such security challenges with complex enterprise management systems and incomplete transitions, SolarWinds said Tuesday. “When …

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Dell: IT Pros Report Security Challenges in Admin Passwords, Privileged Accounts

Dell‘s latest online survey of information technology professionals indicates 85 percent of organizations experience security challenges in the management of privileged accounts and administrative passwords. The company said respondents reported challenges such as shared credentials among administrators and the failure to consistently update default passwords and identify those responsible for administrative …

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Riverbed Study: Many Federal Branch Offices Unequipped to Protect Sensitive Data

Eighty-nine percent of federal information technology leaders who responded to a Riverbed Technology-commissioned survey said they are worried about cybersecurity of sensitive information at their agencies’ remote offices. The survey, conducted by i360Gov, found that almost three in 10 respondents reported experiencing a data breach at an agency branch office during …

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