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83% 79% 92% 11% 34% 55% What CISOs Have to Say Seeking to cut through the headlines and hype surrounding the topic,we surveyed over 250 Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) in August 2021 to learn firsthand about their ransomware experience, concerns, and plans for protecting their organizations going forward. No Relief in Sight Overall Mid-sized Organizations (1,000 to 10,000 employees) Hit at least once by a ransomware attack in the past 12 months Expect to be hit at least once by a ransomware attack in the next 12 months Top 3 industries expecting to be hit by ransomware in the next 12 months Construction & Machinery 66% 80% 53% 69% Retail & Consumer Durables Manufacturing Cost of Ransom NOT a Major Concern Ransomware impacts of greatest concern #1 Exposure of sensitive or proprietary data #2 Costs of recovering/restoring to normal operations #3 Loss of revenue due to operational disruptions Ransomware impacts of least concern #9 Loss of employee productivity #10 Costs of paying the ransom #11 Cost of regulatory/ compliance fines Ransomware Roulette Paying the ransom led to FULL recovery of data Paying the ransom led to PARTIAL recovery of data Paying the ransom led to NO recovery of data 1 in 5 1 in 20 ransomware victims had an impact of $5M+ $50M+ Defenders at the Gate Technical countermeasures of greatest importance for mitigating against ransomware attacks Data backup & recovery Email security (with phishing detection) Endpoint protection platform (EPP) User awareness and training Top Technical countermeasures being added to ransomware defenses in the next 12 months User and entity behaviour analytics (UEBA) Network segmentation/ zero trust access Data loss/leak prevention (DLP) A Silver Lining ... of Sorts It appears that the high-profile, high-impact nature of ransomware is helping elevate cybersecurity as a Board-level issues. Most significant obstacles to achieving effective ransomware defenses Difficulty implementing tools/technologies Lack of skilled personnel to implement solutions Other conflicting priorities Least significant obstacles to achieving effective ransomware defenses Difficulty justifying related budget request Lack of support from the Board in Focus Click to download the full report Copyright © 2021 CISOs Connect. All Rights Reserved. DOWNLOAD NOW

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