As the first full year since the start of the pandemic, 2021 served as a year of reflection for organizations, IT and security professionals, and business owners.
The rapid changes made nearly overnight to infrastructure, applications, and access controls during 2020's huge shift to remote work came under scrutiny, while security teams were still busy defending against the litany of attacks and attack methods. Organizations struggled to find, train, and, retain cybersecurity talent as the rise of the "Great Resignation" in 2021 left IT and security leaders unable to fill their vacancies.
To understand where security professionals and IT leaders ranks themselves, their risk appetite, and their ability to mitigate cybersecurity risks, Arctic Wolf conducted a survey of 300+ global IT security decision makers. Our goal was to understand what IT security leaders considered to be their top priorities and objectives for 2022, and to get first-hand perspective on their current challenges and future concerns.
Arctic Wolf's The State of Cybersecurity: 2022 Trends report provides insight into the current and future state of these cybersecurity teams as they attempt to move their security programs forward while dealing with an ever-evolving threat environment.
Download now to find out what organizations are struggling with, the top technology trends for 2022, the biggest threats cybersecurity teams are facing, and much more.