Industrial firms fail to adopt basic security measures against hackers

Despite constant data breaches, compromises, and the expensive damage control which follows, the majority of industrial enterprises are failing to protect their businesses according to a new survey by US conglomerate Honeywell.

Titled, “Putting Industrial Cyber Security at the Top of the CEO Agenda,” an in-depth poll of 130 industrial companies revealed that almost two-thirds of those surveyed — a total of 63 percent — admitted they do not monitor for suspicious behavior, and 45 percent do not even have a cybersecurity expert or manager in place.

Read more about the Honeywell survey on ZDNet.

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