Organizations are adopting innovative cybersecurity and privacy safeguards to manage threats and achieve competitive advantages. To do so, they are thinking more broadly about cybersecurity and privacy as both protectors and enablers for the business, third-party partners and customers.
This year, the key findings show that survey respondents are focusing on four areas:
Real-time threat intelligence and contextual awareness of risks are central to detecting, responding to and mitigating cyberthreats. Equally integral is sharing of threat intelligence with business peers, industry groups and government agencies. We will explore how organizations are enhancing threat intelligence and information sharing to create a more proactive, resilient defense.Learn more
Most businesses today are digital, and software is the backbone of operations, products and services. Increasingly, organizations are creating value by integrating cybersecurity and privacy with digital business strategies. Learn how they are synthesizing the cloud with technologies like data analytics and monitoring, authentication and open-source software to create new opportunities.Learn more
Despite its myriad promises, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a growing cybersecurity and privacy concern. To address risks, many organizations are proactively updating data-governance policies, assessing devices and technologies, and creating employee training programs. This paper will take a look at how businesses are preparing for the commerce, manufacturing and society of tomorrow. Coming soon
Geopolitical conflicts have given rise to complex new attacks by nation-states and hacktivists. Many organizations are addressing these threats by deploying offensive tools such as real-time monitoring and analytics, threat-detection and identity management solutions. We examine how they are leveraging these safeguards to better understand and detect risks unique to each geography and industry. Coming soon
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