CHIME and AEHIS Cybersecurity Survey Results

December 12, 2016

CHIME and AEHIS recently surveyed their organizations' members in order to discover common threats, concerns and vulnerabilities. Our infographic displays key findings from this survey. 

Highlights from the infographic include:

  • Data theft, social engineering and insider threats are the top security threats of concern.
  • Social engineering and insider threats are also the top two most common security threats found in organizations.
  • Over one-third of survey respondents are "not confident at all" that Federal legislators understand the importance of security enough.

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