Institutional Investors Give Mixed Message on Cybersecurity

In a recent survey, institutional investors said they both care very deeply about cybersecurity, but aren't making a significant investment on prevention technologies.


The open discussion of cybersecurity-related concerns on the buy side has seemingly gone from close to nil to being on everyone's lips within the span of two years. Go to any industry conference nowadays and hedge fund managers are all too happy to broach the sensitive subject.

There's no doubt that it's a concern, but just how serious a concern is debatable. When divvying up an IT budget, is it more important than investing in new trading technologies or updating legacy systems? Is it more

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