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Public-Company Directors More Confident in Their Organizational Cybersecurity

December 14, 2017 | Leadership Skills

Overall, directors and executives at public companies are more confident in their organization’s cybersecurity than their private-company counterparts. While only 5 percent of public-company directors reported being very confident (4 percent on the private side), a full 37 percent said they were "confident", while only 4 percent reported being "not confident at all."


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