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Cybersecurity Teams
are Drowning

Organizations can’t afford to ignore security events – even lower level security events, which is where many breaches and attacks occur. The goal is to quickly stop an attack before it becomes a breach.

 

Today’s Reality is Daunting

The increase in cybersecurity alerts is a direct result of easier-to-launch attacks with more efficient methods to monetize them. While attacker tactics haven’t changed, what has changed is that its:

  • Cheaper to launch an attack
  • Easier to monetize with cryptocurrency
  • Faster to exploit vulnerabilities

This all leads to a tremendous increase in the number of attacks impacting companies every day. Is your organization equipped to manage an increase in attacks?

197 days

Average time to identify a breach

$4.1M

Approximate average loss

$1M

Average amount saved if a breach
is contained in less than 30 days

69 days

Average time to contain a breach

The Cost to Defend has Skyrocketed

The costs of these gaps are staggering. Beyond the obvious theft of intellectual property and customer data, organizations are left with brand and reputation damage, the embarrassment of a public disclosure of an event, impacted shareholder value, and high turnover of security personnel, who quit out of frustration.

Security is about dealing with risk,
bringing order to chaos.

87%

of respondents say they need up to 50% more cybersecurity budget

32%

of organizations experience a delay of over 6 months to fill a cybersecurity position with a qualified candidate

2.93M

global shortage of cybersecurity professionals

55%

of organizations expect an increase in cyber-security budgets – down from 64% in 2018

500K

shortage of cybersecurity professionals in North America

89%

say their cybersecurity function doesn’t fully meet their needs

60%

of organizations feel thier cybersecurity budget is underfunded

69%

of cybersecurity pros
say their teams are understaffed

12%

feel it is likely they would detect a sophisticated cyberattack

34%

of security pros have a high degree of confidence in their team’s ability to detect and respond to cyber threats

  • ISACA State of Cybersecurity Report 2019 – Part 1: Current Trends in Workforce Development
  • Ernst and Young survey
  • (ISC)2

This MDR ebook will show you how to:

  • Relieve alert fatigue for you and your team.
  • Stop accepting risk in your security plan.
  • Manage remote endpoint security while on the go.
  • Effectively manage your budget while improving alerts
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