There’s a bleak outlook for organizations’ digital defense posture, with many enterprise security practitioners overwhelmed by the scale and tenacity of external digital threats and lacking confidence in their processes, systems, and tools. That’s the assessment of a new study conducted by IDG Connect for RiskIQ, a provider of threat management products.

A survey of 465 IT information security decision makers in the U.S. and U.K. conducted by IDG Connect shows that 68 percent of organizations have zero to modest confidence in managing digital threats, and 70 percent have zero to modest confidence in reducing their digital attack surface.

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