Experts On IBM’s Cyber Resilient Org Report

IBM’s recent announcement of its 5th annual Cyber Resilient Organization Report, conducted by the Ponemon Institute.

Key findings from the report:

  • More orgs (26%) have adopted formal, enterprise-wide security response plans over the past 5 years, compared to 18% of respondents in 2015.
  • Amongst those with a formal security response plan, only 1/3 (17% of respondents) had also developed specific playbooks for common attack types.
  • The # of security tools used has a negative impact; orgs that use 50+ security tools ranked themselves 8% lower in their ability to detect, and 7% lower in their ability to respond to an attack, compared to those with less tools.
  • Over the past two years, only 39% of companies with a formal security response plan in place experienced a disruptive security incident, compared to 62% of those with less formal plans.

Chloé Messdaghi, VP of Strategy,  Point3 Security
July 02, 2020
Money can fix certain things but not human element issues.
Another factor must be taken into consideration: the human element. We see companies paying for solutions for the sake of their compliance checklists, and yet, down the road, their teams don’t know what some of these tools do or how to use them. Right now, more than ever, it’s important to support and empower security teams. This means discovering in a collaborative way skills shortages and k ....
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Saryu Nayyar, CEO,  Gurucul
July 01, 2020
Overloading security analysts with too much information is a known issue.
There are some interesting takeaways from the latest Cyber Resilient Organization Report, done by Ponemon for IBM. While readiness and responsiveness is improving, and organizations that have implemented a formal response plan are seeing less disruption, work is still needed in other areas. Many organizations still need to formalize their incident response plans and bring their cybersecurity post ....
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