Senior executives are increasingly conscious of the impact cybersecurity can have on business outcomes. This attention provides a source of support for security and risk management leaders to take advantage of emerging trends to improve resilience and elevate their standing in the organization.
- Trend No. 1: Senior Business Executives Are Finally Aware That Cybersecurity Has a Significant Impact on the Ability to Achieve Business Goals and Protect the Corporate Reputation
- Trend No. 2: Legal and Regulatory Mandates on Data Protection Practices Are Impacting Digital Business Plans and Demanding Increased Emphasis on Data Liabilities
- Trend No. 3: Security Products Are Rapidly Exploiting Cloud Delivery to Provide More Agile Solutions
- Trend No. 4: Machine Learning Is Providing Value in Simple Tasks and Elevating Suspicious Events for Human Analysis
- Trend No. 5: Security Buying Decisions Are Increasingly Based on Geopolitical Factors Along With Traditional Buying Considerations
- Trend No. 6: Dangerous Concentrations of Digital Power Are Driving Decentralization Efforts at Several Levels in the Ecosystem
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