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NME Security Survey 2016 interest peaks

Biggest security survey in the region seeks to establish enterprise security policies, user behaviour and threat perception

NME Security Survey 2016 interest peaks
NME Security Survey 2016 hopes to establish trends in regional cyber security space, including the dramatic rise in ransomware.

Network Middle East continues to receive entries for the NME Security Survey 2016, a couple of weeks after launch.

The cyber-security survey seeks to establish the state of the security industry in the Gulf region, regarding policies, user behaviour and threat perception.

Cyber security continues to grab headlines, as the number of breaches, many of them spectacular, constantly in the news. Additionally, technology changes has brought with it renewed challenges to bear on network and security managers.  Cloud and BYOD means the line between the corporate network and the public Internet is continuously blurring.

We have increasingly focused on security threats here at Network ME as part of our general reportage; this survey hopes to take this discussion further.

Ultimately, we hope the study will reveal the regional cyber security landscape and the industry can learn from one another the best practices to protect networks from the myriad threats that organisations face today.

The results of the survey will be revealed during the October bumper issue of Network Middle east.

The Survey closes on the 5th of September 2015.

Click here to take part.

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