A new study notes that despite record spending on cybersecurity, overconfidence may be hurting companies’ ability to protect against data breaches.

Tech publication Information Week reports that the survey of IT professionals, by security firm Gemalto, showed that while 94 percent of respondents said their perimeter security was effective, nearly a third reported breaches within the last 12 months. Surprisingly, 14 percent said they would not trust their own organization to safeguard their personal data.

Why the disconnect? Experts interviewed by Information Week chalked it up to a lack of understanding of cybercrooks’ motivations, and a general lack of knowledge about cybersecurity in corporate C-suites. Click here to read the full story.