Are people the weakest link in information security? – Cyber Security Survey 2016
Harvey Nash, in association with PGI, invite you to take part in the second annual Cyber Security Survey. Targeted at senior information security professionals – including CISOs, heads of function, security managers and architects – the research covers a wide range of essential topics, from how organisations are evolving their security strategies, through to the careers and aspirations of the people within the industry.
By completing the survey you will enjoy an exclusive preview of the results as well as receive an invite to one of our launch events in London and Bristol.
All responses are anonymous, and the survey will take no longer than 15 minutes to complete.
Take part in the Cyber Security Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CyberSurvey2016
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