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Security rank surprises KPMG

London: Cyber security and data protection have been ranked a surprising third in a list of Boardroom priorities, according to a survey released today by KPMG. The annual Business Instincts Survey, a poll of 498 C-level executives from businesses across the UK, found that under-investment has left many businesses acknowledging the need to increase spend on secure technology. Yet despite acceptance that cyber security, specifically, is critical to long-term business operations, 1 in 3 executives questioned (36 percent) said that investing in people skills had become their number one concern.

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