Study Finds Security Concerns and Challenges with Cyber Transformation

August 15, 2019

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The Security magazine article, “Cybersecurity Leaders Face Challenges with Cyber Transformation,” covers Deloitte’s 2019 Future of Cyber report, which found CSOs and CIOs faced concerns and challenges with cyber transformation.

From the article: “A review of the survey data around time management suggests that many executives are spending a significant amount of their time in three specific areas: cyber governance, resilience, and cyber monitoring and operations. Given the recent surge in higher impact cyberattacks, these numbers confirm that organizations are heavily focusing on two of the five core functions of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework—detect, and respond and recovery—while cyber governance absorbs the third top spot.”

Other key findings from the report include:

  • 49 percent of C-level executives surveyed include cybersecurity on their boards’ agenda once per quarter.
  • 50 percent use risk quantification tools to determine effectiveness of their cybersecurity solutions.
  • The greatest challenge cyber teams reported was finding a way to help the organization as a whole better prioritize cyber risk.

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For ways to address security concerns, check out Hikvision’s recent blog: “Hikvision Cybersecurity Director Presents Pro Tips to Reduce Security Concerns Related to Juice-Jacking: Trading Your Data for Power

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