Retail Internet of Things Study

Retail IT Professionals: Which IoT devices are you most concerned about being targeted by cybercriminals? 
   
None of the Above 46%
Point-of-Sale Devices 18%
Retail IT Professionals: Are you confident in the secure configuration of the IoT devices on your organizations' network?
   
I am not confident 34%
I am confident 20%
Executives: How confident are you that the devices connected to your network are all authorized?
  Finance IT Professionals Energy IT Professionals Retail IT Professionals
I am not confident 20% 18% 34%
I am confident 80% 82% 66%
Executives: How confident are you that the devices connected to your network are all running only authorized software?
  Finance IT Professionals Energy IT Professionals Retail IT Professionals
I am not confident 32% 25% 36%
I am confident 68% 75% 64%
Executives: Do you expect to receive additional budget to support the expanded security necessary to protect IoT devices?
  Finance IT Professionals Energy IT Professionals Retail IT Professionals
No 48% 41% 75%
Yes 52% 59% 25%
IT Professionals: Are you concerned about the security risks associated with IoT connected to your enterprise network?
  Finance IT Professionals Energy IT Professionals Retail IT Professionals
Not concerned at all 39% 18% 47%
Somewhat concerned 41% 46% 32%
Very concerned 20% 35% 22%
Retail Executives: Do you have the technology necessary to adequately evaluate the security of IoT devices?
   
No visibility into protection levels 31%
25% protected 4%
50% protected 13%
75% protected 28%
100% protected 24%
Retail Executives: Are you able to effectively communicate the security risks associated with IoT devices to the C-Suite and Corporate Board?
   
No 51%
Yes 49%
Retail IT Professionals: Which security controls are you currently using to protect IoT devices:
   
Other specify 12%
Scanning employee home networks for vulnerabilities 22%
Continuous vulnerability scanning 32%
Detailed log and event alerts and analysis 39%
Device quarantine 26%
Network segmentation 36%