New Research Study conducted by Lead to Market reveals that security professionals express total confidence in their security and their security tools.

However, the findings reveal that nearly a quarter of respondents didn’t patch (or didn’t know if they patched) the Log4j flaw, and 85% suffer alert fatigue from too many alerts. 

Download the report to learn why enterprise security overconfidence is leaving enterprises vulnerable and discover where there are critical gaps in your approach to security – in production with Java. 

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Cybersecurity Overconfidence Opens Companies to Vulnerabilities

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