The health of cybersecurity programs have grown stronger in the past year, according to a new DomainTools survey. In the Cybersecurity Report Card, more than 500 cybersecurity professionals were asked to grade the overall health of their programs, revealing a huge shift from the previous year’s results.
While cybersecurity incidents have increased in 2018, so have the measures companies are taking to thwart attacks. Some 21% of respondents graded their security programs an ‘A,’ 42% rated their efforts a ‘B,’ and the number of ‘C’ and below grades have declined, according to the press release.
Read more about the findings of the DomainTools survey on TechRepublic.