5 Insights from the Channel Partners IT Security Trends Survey
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Customer IT pros and their service providers don’t always see eye to eye when it comes to how vulnerable an organization is to security threats, according to our Channel Partners IT Security Trends Survey, done with sister site IT Pro Today. This presents both a challenge and an opportunity for partners trying to protect customers. In this webinar, we’ll tap into our analysis of insights from channel partners and IT pros weighing in among more than 350 respondents. We’ll cover where customers plan to invest, what’s keeping their security teams up at night, why most IT pros believe they are less vulnerable to security threats now than last year — and why partners disagree, why the coming deluge of IoT devices will offer many opportunities for both attackers and channel providers, and what IT pros are putting at the top of their security wish lists for 2019.
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Eric Parizo – Independent Cybersecurity Industry Analyst
For nearly 20 years, Eric has been covering, researching, or speaking on topics related to enterprise information technology. During his 3.5 years at GlobalData, he was responsible for tracking and analyzing the evolving technological and competitive developments in the enterprise network security product segment as well as among top-tier enterprise security vendors. He has also extensively researched enterprise security trends and technologies, enterprise mobility management/unified endpoint management, and security technology integration. Eric previously spent nearly 15 years as a highly regarded technology journalist and editor at leading business-to-business publisher TechTarget, where he most recently served as Executive Editor for the Security Media Group, managing news, technical, and multimedia content. He is a nine-time ASBPE award winner, the B2B publishing industry’s most prestigious award for excellence. Eric is based in Houston, Texas.