Eric George, Director of Solutions Engineering at Fortra, and Steve Piper, CEO of CyberEdge
The 2023 Cyberthreat Defense Report provides deep insight into the perspectives of cybersecurity professionals.
Join us to learn what your peers are thinking and doing Thursday, May 4, at 11 a.m. ET. Eric George, Director of Solutions Engineering at Fortra, and Steve Piper, CEO of CyberEdge, will present an analysis of which threats IT security teams are concerned about most, what technologies they currently have in place, and how they are planning to invest future IT security budgets.
Key takeaways include:
- The cyberthreats IT security teams find most concerning include account takeover (ATO) attacks, phishing, and brand impersonation on social media.
- Security professionals believe their organizations’ capabilities to detect advanced threats and protect their brands are less adequate than last year.
- Over 40% of organizations are prioritizing technologies that incorporate machine learning and/or artificial intelligence to detect sophisticated threats.
- Top web and mobile concerns include ATO attacks, carding, payment fraud, and ad fraud.
Register now to benchmark your company’s security posture, product investments, and best practices against peers in your industry and region.
Fortra is a proud sponsor of the 2023 Cyberthreat Defense Report from CyberEdge. Now in its tenth year, this data-driven report gauges perceptions of 1,200 IT security professionals representing 17 countries and 19 industries. The report provides benchmarks your company can use to better understand how perceptions, priorities, and security postures stack up against industry peers.