While most chief information officers at large companies say their mainframes are more secure than other systems, a majority say their organizations are still exposed to a significant risk of insider threats due to blind-spots in internal data access and controls.

That is the finding of a a new report by research firm Vanson Bourne. For the study, sponsored by mainframe software company Compuware, the firm surveyed 400 CIOs in the U.S., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the U.K. in April 2017.

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