This study measured the state of cybersecurity today in the United States. SINC contacted companies with 1,000+ employees, with over $25 million in annual sales. The title levels of respondents included: CISO, CIO, Cybersecurity Director, Security Risk Officer/Manager, Directory of Security, and VP of Security.
Throughout 2019, Attivo Networks conducted worldwide research to capture top trends related to cybersecurity threat detection. The company surveyed 1,249 security professionals with participants in North America, LATAM, Europe, and Australia, representing predominantly midsize and large firms across 15 different industry sectors.
Attivo Networks cites a large North American telco as a customer that has derived tangible information security gains from using its ThreatDefend Deception Platform. Deception technology serves an important role in helping close the loop in cyber security across threat protection, detection and mitigation phases.
Read the full Cyber Deception Systems report from Wellington Research to find out how Cyber deception Systems introduce a new defensive cyber paradigm unlike anything in the market today.
This research from EMA highlights how enterprises are using deception technology, the value they see in it, the challenges they have with it, and how they intend to use it in the future.
To gain more insights into top detection trends, Attivo Networks® 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.
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.
Attivo Networks is a Distinguished Vendor in this year’s 2018 TAG Cyber Security Annual for the second year running.
Attivo Networks 2017 Survey Report: Need for Visibility and Efficiency Drives Rapid Shift to Detection
This study, sponsored by Attivo Networks, surveyed security professionals representing a diverse set of industries, including financial services, healthcare, telecommunications, retail, manufacturing, hospitality, and education, as well as a wide spectrum of sizes measured by both revenue and number of employees. The survey reveals a significant shift in security budgets from prevention to detection devices.