Majority of US, UK CISOs unable to protect company ‘secrets’: Report

About 52% of chief information and security officers (CISOs) in the US and UK organizations are unable to fully secure their company secrets, according to a report by code security platform GitGuardian. The report pointed out that even though secrets management practice across the US and the UK has seen some maturity, it still needs to go a long way.

About three-quarters of the respondents to the survey reported at least one past leak.

The study, commissioned through Sapio Research, analyzed responses from 507 IT decision makers including IT directors, vice presidents of IT, CIOs, CSOs, CISOs, and vice presidents of cybersecurity, to assess awareness of the risks posed by exposed secrets in DevOps environments.

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