This report provides key findings from interviews with 100 US Enterprise Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) from a variety of vertical markets on their mobile security concerns and future plans.
Key topics in the study include:
BYOD and Mobile Security Management
Mobile Application Security
Mobile Device Client Security
Connections to Back-end Systems
Remote Device Security
Mobile Security and Mobile Device Management
Interest in App Tunnels and Improved Internal Wireless Networks
Organizational Priorities and Mobile Security
Impact of Mobile Security Concerns on IT Budgets
Executive Council and Galvin Consulting interviewed 100 US Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) in July and August 2012 about the state of mobile security within their organizations. We also asked participants about their future plans for mobile security technology. CISOs were selected randomly and participated in telephone interviews.
Of the 100 CISO respondents, 23% represent organizations with over $10 billion in annual revenue, 19% are from organizations with $5-10 billion in revenue, 37% represent organizations with between $1-5 billion in annual revenue, and the remainder (21%) work in organizations with less than $1 billion in annual sales.
The firms represent a broad cross-section of vertical industries, including financial services, communications, business services, retail, manufacturing, education, health care, government, energy, media, technology, transportation, engineering/construction, wholesale/distribution, utilities, and aerospace.
All questions that used a 10-point scale designated ‘1’ as the ‘least important’ or ‘least satisfied’ value and ‘10’ as the ‘most important’ or ‘most satisfied’ value.
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Published: September 2012
No. of Pages: 37
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