[SecurityWeek] Security Pros Know What They Need to Do, But Constrained by Lack of Resources

A new survey report describes security teams as trapped by a lack of resources into continuing what they have been doing (which, from empirical evidence, clearly is not working) rather than migrating their efforts to what they believe they should be doing (risk analysis and threat modeling).

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