If there’s one constant in cybersecurity, it’s change. This is true for security teams whether they are called upon to support digital transformation, cloud-native software development, or remote workers. Today, the changes in the threat landscape are driven by growth in ransomware, supply-chain attacks, insidious software vulnerabilities, and state-sponsored cyber adversaries.
In the current environment, it would be an understatement to say that CISOs have a demanding job. These executives are tasked with managing and mitigating cyber risks, protecting critical assets, and detecting and responding to cyber-attacks. In addition, CISOs face a wide variety of audit demands and often struggle to provide appropriate evidence of compliance. Can CISOs keep up? And if so, how?
Research by TechTarget’s Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) shows:
Aside from the CISO and focus on cybersecurity, Cyber Force platforms can also be a business enabler by helping organizations improve brand protection, accelerate IT and regulatory compliance audits, optimize security investments, and help organizations pursue digital transformation initiatives while minimizing associated cyber-risks. These benefits should be especially attractive to CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, and corporate boards.
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