Global security surveys
Since 2003 Deloitte has conducted annual global security surveys exploring prominent security issues and their impacts upon businesses and the wider community.
Below are some recent examples of our thought leadership. The full survey reports are available for downloading by following the links below.
Recent global security surveys:
|2013 TMT Global Security Study Report, Blurring the lines
Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) companies no longer focus on cyber security as just a compliance issue, now seeing it firmly as a top business priority
|2012 Global Financial Services Industry (GFSI) Security Study, Breaking Barriers
This is Deloitte’s eighth survey of information security practices in the financial services industry. This document is intended as a tool to help those in the financial services industry assess and understand the state of information security and privacy in their organizations relative to comparable financial institutions around the world and reveals three major key findings that will dominate the financial services industry this year.
|Deloitte Global Security Survey for the Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry 2010
The fifth annual TMT survey indicates that Following last year's widespread cost-cutting initiatives due to the global economic downturn, spend on technology, media and telecommunications (TMT), security appears to be bouncing back – albeit modestly – in anticipation of renewed economic growth.
|2010 Financial Services Global Security Survey
The 7th annual financial services survey reveals that identity and access management has moved to the top of the security agenda at financial institutions with participants indicating an increase in their security budgets and a willingness to eager to embrace emerging technologies to combat threats.
|2009 Consumer Business global security study
Security can't be discounted - Reference: Deloitte Global 2009
Consumer business organisations are the "front lines" when it comes to customer information because of the volume of personal and financial data with which they are entrusted. It is more important than ever that information security is sophisticated and cutting edge because of the very characteristics of the threats that face us.
|2008 Energy & Resources Security Survey
The move to bring Information Security practices up to date has gained considerable momentum in recent years within the Energy & Resources sector. Whilst the challenge of information security is an ongoing one, some organisations still have a way to go relative to their peers.