33% of executives don’t trust their organization to protect employee data
A third of executives in the US are “not confident in their organization’s ability to protect employee data from bad actors,” according to Dell’s 2019 Workplace Security Report, published Tuesday.
The survey of 4,600 executives, conducted with Vanson Bourne, queried business leaders across 42 countries. This is only marginally higher than the global average of 29%. Executives in Belgium (38%) and France (37%) lead distrust in Europe, while executives in South Korea (51%) and Singapore (42%) lead in Asia.