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Access Control & Advanced Threat Dashboards top 2020 buying trends

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Access Control and Advanced Threat Dashboards top the list of services the UK’s leading IT security professionals are sourcing in 2020.

The findings have been revealed by the Security IT Summit and are based on delegate requirements at this summer’s recent event.

Delegates registering to attend were asked which areas they needed to invest in during 2020 and beyond.

A significant 42% are looking to invest in Access Control and Advanced Threat Dashboards, with 39% Cloud Web Security.

Just behind were Authentication (35%) and Mobile Security (32%).

% of delegates at the Security IT Summit sourcing certain products & solutions (Top 10):

Access Control 42%
Advanced Threat Dashboard 42%
Cloud Web Security 39%
Authentication 35%
Mobile Security 32%
UK Cyber Strategy 29%
Vulnerability Management 29%
Employee Security Awareness 26%
Penetration Testing 26%
Encryption 23%

To find out more about the Security IT Summit, visit https://securityitsummit.co.uk.

Key Trends

IT Security: The big issues for 2018

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Identifying threats and educating staff about safety are the key issues for the UK’s cyber security professionals in 2018.

The findings come from a survey of the senior cyber security professionals attending this summer’s Security IT Summit, which takes place on July 3rd at the Hilton London, Canary Wharf.

These professionals include representatives from the likes of DXC Technologies, Financial Ombudsman Services, Freight Transport Association, London Stock Exchange Group, Marshall Motor Group, O2 Telefonica, Prudential, The Guardian, Vodafone and many more.

While the majority have highlighted a general cyber security strategy as the number one issue, are prominent areas of interest, closely followed by Access Control, Intrusion Detection, Malware, Penetration Testing and Phishing Detection.

“With a number of high profile breaches over the past 12 months, cyber security has never been so important to businesses and organisations of all sizes,” said Senior Portfolio Sales Manager Chris Cannon. “As our research demonstrates, analysing the threat of security and educating staff are key issues.”

% of the Security IT Summit sourcing specific solutions for 2018 and beyond:

UK Cyber Strategy – 58%

Advanced Threat Dashboard – 50%

Employee Security Awareness – 50%

Access Control – 46%

Intrusion Detection – 46%

Malware – 46%

Penetration Testing – 46%

Phishing Detection – 46%

Authentication – 42%

Mobile Security – 42%

Web Security – 42%

Anti-Virus – 38%

Browser Security – 38%

Cloud Web Security – 38%

Encryption – 38%

Inside Threat – 38%

Identity/Privacy Protection – 33%

Intrusion Prevention System – 33%

Network Security Management – 33%

Social Media Security – 38%

Vulnerability – 33%

The Security IT Summit is free to attend for cyber security professionals. To find out more about attending, contact Emily Gallagher on 01992 374085 or email e.gallagher@forumevents.co.uk.

If you are a supplier to the care sector and offer any of the solutions our delegates are sourcing, contact Chris Cannon on 01992 374096 or email c.cannon@forumevents.co.uk.