Why is cybersecurity so ineffective?
The size of the information security market has reached over $120.93 billion, according to a 2019 estimate by Gartner. And yet, there were 3,950 confirmed data breaches between November 2018 and October 2019. That’s up from 2,013 breaches in the 12 months prior.
There has been a growing disparity between the growing investment businesses are dedicating to cybersecurity and their ability to defend an expanding attack surface. Every year, organizations pour more money into protecting themselves from cyberthreats, yet they continue to face tremendous risks.
The short answer is that cybersecurity tools aren’t the problem. It’s lack of expertise, alert fatigue, and security infrastructure complexity that causes operational failures. Until you can solve those challenges, you’ll continue to struggle with blind spots and leave yourself vulnerable.
For organizations that can’t maintain effective security operations because they lack the necessary resources.
That's why we've put together the Cyber Risk Management Buyer’s Guide to help provide a clear understanding on the benefits of managed risk, as well as what criteria to consider when evaluating solutions.
Inside the Cyber Risk Management Buyer’s Guide, discover information on:
- The top criteria for evaluating vendors
- The most commonly overlooked cyber risks
- 5 Steps to manage your digital risk
- Key managed cyber risk features and capabilities your organization needs
- The average time it takes to identify and contain a data breach
Download the Cyber Risk Management Buyer’s Guide to learn how to make cybersecurity more effective for your organization.