Computer professionals may think their enterprise security is good, but they think their skills are better. In fact, almost half think they could pull off a successful insider attack, according to a new report by Imperva.
Indeed, 43% of the 179 IT professionals surveyed said they could successfully attack their own organizations, while another 22% said they would have at least a 50/50 chance at success. When it came to the attack surface, only 23% said they would use their company-owned laptops to steal information, while nearly 40% said they would rely on their personal equipment.
Read more about the findings of the new Imperva report on DarkReading.