Threat and Vulnerability Management
Understanding widespread security threat trends helps create security issue awareness, but often it is not the best focus for security teams. Security and risk management leaders should confront the threat landscape based on a continuous assessment of threat and business evolutions.
By 2026, organizations investing at least 20% of their security funds in resilience and flexible design programs will cut total recovery time in half when a large blast attack occurs.
Midsize enterprise chief information officers responsible for security are up against the same complex threat landscape as their counterparts in larger organizations, but they are challenged to manage risk with fewer staff, limited security tools and smaller budgets.
Security and risk management leaders cannot predict future threats but can use the past as an indication of what to prepare for. This research recommends shifting priorities toward designing security programs that rely on shared risk ownership, resilience and more-flexible response capabilities.
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