Cybersecurity is a daunting reality for many organizations and despite continued investment (and more examples of “what not to do” than you could shake a stick at), confidence in enterprise security posture is still relatively low. That’s according to a new survey conducted by Raytheon and Websense.

The survey, which discusses ongoing cybersecurity trends and polled 100 technology and security executives (CIO, CISO, director of security and director of IT among them), found only 31 percent of respondents were confident in their organizations security posture. Sixty-five percent of respondents indicated they were only “somewhat confident.”

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