Trust Erodes Amid Ransomware Growth: 2021 CrowdStrike Global Security Attitude Survey


Customers of mainstream software providers continue to face a crisis of trust, say IT and security chiefs, while cyberattacks are more costly and anxieties around these attacks continue to grow — especially attacks conducted through ransomware and the software supply chain, the 2021 CrowdStrike Global Security Attitude Survey reveals. The survey also shows that in tandem with this escalation, and the accompanying complexity and frequency of attacks, organizations have sadly lost ground in their efforts to combat attacks within effective time constraints, leaving themselves vulnerable to more potential threats.

CrowdStrike’s fourth annual Global Security Attitude Survey, conducted by independent research firm Vanson Bourne, brings to light the opinions of over 2,200 IT and security managers at medium-sized and large businesses worldwide.

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