4 Key Insights from the 2023 Cyberthreat Defense Report

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Steve Piper, Founder and CEO at CyberEdge and Brent Sleeper, Director of Product Marketing at Arkose Labs

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Join CyberEdge Founder and CEO Steve Piper and Arkose Labs’ Brent Sleeper as they discuss key findings from the 2023 Cyberthreat Defense Report, the lessons security leaders should take from the research, and how your own technology investments and planning stack up against your peers. Drawing on the real-world experiences of 1,200 IT and security professionals representing 17 countries and 19 industries, this data-driven discussion will give you key take-aways and actionable advice, including: -Which cyber threats security teams find most concerning, including account takeover (ATO) attacks, phishing, and payment fraud -Why security professionals believe their organizations’ capabilities to detect threats and protect their users and brands are less adequate than last year -How more than 40% of organizations are prioritizing technologies that incorporate machine learning and AI to detect sophisticated threats -Why 97% of organizations have their security leaders engage directly with their boards of directors
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