Resilience, Reliance and Rising Threats
2022 has been another year in which issues relating to cybersecurity have dominated the global news. Enterprises have faced a number of new threats from cyber criminals, nation state actors and insiders, forcing them to constantly reassess and reinforce their defences. In addition to evolving threats, business leaders have been weighing up their security requirements against a backdrop of increasing financial pressures. A recent survey of C-suite level executives by International Data Corporation (IDC) revealed that 59% expect a recession to occur in the next year. Despite their expectations of a recession, more than one third of the survey respondents overall predicted that they will increase their IT budgets during this time.
Among the topics under discussion during this webinar:
- The major threats that have impacted enterprises in 2022, and predictions for 2023
- Key developments in the security tech landscape
- The impact of a recession on the security investment decisions of business leaders
- The insights journalists need from cybersecurity firms
Professor Ciaran Martin CB
Founding Chief Executive of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), currently Professor of Practice in the Management of Public Organisations, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford.