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4/24/2012
61% of IT Security Professionals Are Concerned About Attacks From Anonymous and Hacktivists

"Concerns over hacktivism and targeted state-sponsored attacks are at the top of security professionals’ minds according to a new survey and research report sponsored by Bit9. The 2012 Cyber Security Survey of nearly 2,000 IT security experts set out to gauge the current state of enterprise security and identify the attack methods and cybercrimal groups that keep IT executives up at night."

Annie's take:

Here's the full survey that over 2,000 information security professionals took, as well as the results of the survey.