Understanding the Value of Information AssetsAre organisations capable of estimating the true value of their information and which data types would have the most negative consequences if lost or stolen?
This report looks to determine whether organisations are capable of estimating the true value of their information assets that are critical to the successful execution of their business objectives. This kind of valuation enables the prioritisation of important assets that if lost or stolen would cause significant harm to an organisation. In this report, 2820 professionals in the United States and United Kingdom were surveyed to help discover whether organisations really know the true value of their information assets.
Report Snap Shot
- Not all information asset types are equal.
- The fresher the information, the higher the value.
- The cost to deal with the negative consequences of data leakage varies significantly.
- The cost to recreate different information assets varies significantly.