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According to Foundry’s 2022 Security Priorities Study, an overwhelming majority (90%) of security leaders believe their organization is falling short in addressing cybersecurity risk. Those surveyed experienced these pitfalls from different issues, such as convincing the severity of risk to all or parts of their organization (27%), and believing their organization isn’t investing enough resources to address risks (26%).
Budgets continue playing a factor in a company’s cybersecurity efforts as well. For small businesses, the security budget has jumped to $16 million, from $11 million last year and $5.5 million in 2020. Enterprises are seeing steady security budgets – $122 million this year compared to $123 million in 2021.
Looking toward cyber insurance, a growing sector, close to a quarter of organizations stated they have cyber insurance on their radar and only 23% are not interested.
To address the growing innovation of cybercriminals and the various cybercrime-as-a-service models that are cropping up, security decision-makers are researching and testing a wide range of new security technologies to add to their tech stack. The top technologies being actively researched include:
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Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) (34%)Zero-trust technologies (32%)Secure-access service edge (SASE) (32%)Deception technologies (30%)Ransomware brokers (30%)The data makes it clear that as businesses grow and scale their security efforts in tandem, the proper investments and budgetary requirements must follow suit. Organizations of all sizes recognize security risks and under …