- 44% of attendees said their colleagues could steal sensitive information from mission critical servers if they wanted to and another third of respondents said their colleagues "might" be able to
- 37% of attendees say "most" of their mission-critical servers are virtualized and 61% said at least some were.
- When asked what their colleagues would do for $20 million:
35% would lose their job and leave the country
35% would leak information to a competitor
The most popular answer was 40% of attendees believe their colleagues would wear a tutu for $20 million (we believe this number is underreported)
So you have (a)sensitive servers in a virtualized environment (b) staff that would steal data for money and (c) staff that CAN steal data and the problem is incredibly clear.
Here's the complete survey results, including plenty of humorous findings in the final question:
Has your company virtualized mission critical servers?
- Most of them: 21 (37%)
- Some: 32 (56%)
- None: 4 (7%)
- Yes: 28 (49%)
- Maybe: 14 (25%)
- No: 15 (26%)
- Kill someone: 10 (17%)
- Chop off their own arm: 9 (15%)
- Jump into a water tank with a shark: 10 (17%)
- Lose their job and leave the country: 20 (35%)
- Leak information to a competitor: 20 (35%)
- Wear a tutu: 23 (40%)
- Steak data: 12 (21%)