Peter Klimek Director of Technology OCTO, Steve Piper CEO CyberEdge Group
CyberEdge’s 2022 Cyberthreat Defense Report (CDR) has become the standard for assessing organizations’ security posture, for gauging perceptions of IT security professionals, and for ascertaining current and planned investments in IT security infrastructure.
Now in its ninth year, the 2022 CDR assesses the views of 1,200 IT security professionals representing 17 countries and 19 industries. It’s the most geographically comprehensive view of IT security perceptions in our industry, and Imperva is proud to be a sponsor. Key insights from this year’s report include:
-85% of organizations suffered from a successful cyberattack last year
-A record 71% of organizations were compromised by ransomware last year
-Among web and mobile attacks, personally identifiable information (PII) harvesting and account takeover (ATO) attacks are most prevalent and concerning
-64% of organizations have embraced API security
-Lack of skilled personnel and low security awareness inhibit IT security’s success
-Nearly all respondents (99%) agreed that achieving a specialty cybersecurity certification would help their careers; the top choices were cloud security, software security, and security administration
-41% of security applications and services are delivered via the cloud
Register now for this informative webinar. Use the 2022 CDR findings to benchmark your company’s security posture, operating budget, product investments, and best practices against peers in your industry and region.