Black Hat 2019 Hacker Survey Report

September 6, 2019 | Views: 2618

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During Black Hat’s Las Vegas show, the Thycotic team not only met with attendees and gave out tons of SWAG, but was busy behind the scenes conducting the annual Black Hat 2019 Hacker Survey Report. We talked to 300 attendees who either identified as a hacker or security professional to find out where they differ or have the same responses to cybersecurity challenges facing the community.

After weeks of synthesizing, we’re proud to share Hackers & Security Professionals at Black Hat 2019: Where they agree and where they differ. Download now. This latest report is full of key takeaways and strategies to defend against cybercriminals, including:

  • Get control of your service accounts or face serious consequences
  • Hackers don’t discriminate when targeting privileged accounts: on-premises, cloud, and contractors all at risk
  • Security professionals and hackers need to close a “trust gap”
  • Designated a top priority by Gartner two years in a row. Learn more about managing privileged accounts from the people on the front lines; in our brand new report, Hackers & Security Pros at Black Hat 2019: Where they agree and where they differ. Don’t miss out; download it today.

    FREE Black Hat 2019 Hacker Survey Report >>

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