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Attivo Networks® Survey on Top Threat Detection Concerns and Trends Reveals Surprising Findings

Attivo Networks today announced the results of the company’s 2018 Top Threat Detection Concerns and Trends Survey. This survey reveals new insights about top information security concerns related to detecting and stopping attackers, identifying which technologies are impacting attackers, shifts in time to detection, and technologies being used to impact this change. The company surveyed more than 450 cybersecurity professionals and executives globally to gain insights into detection trends, top threat concerns, attack surface concerns, and what’s on their 2019 security wish list.

Cisco 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report

What if defenders could see the future? If they knew an attack was coming, they could stop it, or at least mitigate its impact and help ensure what they need to protect most is safe. The fact is, defenders can see what’s on the horizon. Many clues are out there—and obvious. Download the Cisco 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report here for more.

Looking Back on NH-ISAC ’18 Summit

Written by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer & CMO It was great to attend the NH-ISAC 2018 Spring Summit last week in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL as Grand Round Sponsors. This year’s conference was primarily focused on fostering and building relationships within the trusted healthcare and public health sector community through educational events aimed at advancing the global health sector’s cybersecurity approach. As a Grand Rounds Sponsor, Attivo had a tremendous opportunity to engage with the healthcare community and gain feedback on top security concerns and challenges.

The four most interesting findings from the 2017 HIMSS cybersecurity survey

From April through mid-May 2017, HIMSS North America commissioned a survey on the topic of healthcare cybersecurity. The HIMSS cybersecurity survey received feedback from 126 information security professionals from a variety of U.S. healthcare organizations. Survey participants consisted of healthcare CISOs and HIMSS cybersecurity community members.

The survey asked participants to share information about how their healthcare organizations are allocating money to cybersecurity efforts, what security frameworks are being used, thoughts on cloud security and more.

Detection Budgets Rising Fast

This blog has regularly covered the alarming rise in security breaches over the last two years, and the assumption that most security teams are now aware that their prevention solutions are not enough to protect their companies. One measure organizations are taking is the shift in spending on detection solutions versus prevention solutions. In fact, a number of analyst firms have indicated that this balance would be closer to 70/30 in 2017 and would take several more years to hit 60/40.

New Research Finds Dramatic Shift in Security Budgets from Prevention to Detection Solutions

Attivo Networks®, today announced that a survey conducted by Anderson Research shows the portion of security budgets targeted for detection solutions increased substantially over 2015. According to those security professionals surveyed, their current budgets have shifted and are now split evenly between detection and prevention solutions. The report, sponsored by Attivo Networks, was conducted last quarter among security professionals from over seven industry sectors throughout the U.S. According to industry estimates, enterprises have historically spent more than 75% of their InfoSec technology budgets on preventative technologies.

2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Global

Study shows security defenses drive down cyber crime losses

In their 2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Global, the Ponemon Institute performed 2128 interviews with IT, compliance and information security professionals in 252 companies in seven countries to assess the incidence and cost to the businesses of cyber crime.

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