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Yes - Embracing MDR or XDR41%

Yes - shaping my internal efforts this way25%

No (please write your reason below)7%


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IT Executive in Healthcare and Biotech, 10,001+ employees
Would rather cyber security to be inhouse to reduce exposure.
Director of IT in Manufacturing, Self-employed
We’ve had really negative experiences outsourcing cyber functions. On paper it makes sense, but in practice it failed for us.
Senior Director, Technology Solutions and Analytics in Telecommunication, 51 - 200 employees
We thought outsourcing the entire security effort would provide us with experts in the field, which is mostly true, but they don't react as quickly to security incidents like our internal team did. I quickly found out that you need an internal resource that can drive results. Outsourcing cybersecurity is no different than outsourcing another business function; at the end of the day, someone internal has to be there to manage the relationship and keep the outsourcer accountable.
Senior Director, Defense Programs in Software, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
Cyber security as a service can add capability and is best leveraged to enhance integrated teams as part of a holistic risk management program. There’s a lot to do, bring the tools you can!

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