Policy compliance, internal security threats and increased job complexity topped the list of concerns for more than 60 security executives who met in Chicago for the third CSO Interchange. Participants at CSO Interchange discussed a wide variety of security issues and revealed their top-of-mind concerns through an interactive survey conducted at the event.

According the survey, nearly 100 percent of CSOs feel they are well prepared to handle spam, worms and viruses, denial of service attacks, and hacker attacks. However, 88 percent feel their organizations are least prepared to handle inadvertent loss of data, social engineering and inappropriate use. In addition, 75 percent reported their jobs have become more difficult or substantially more difficult than they were last year.

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