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Navigating Economic Uncertainty: Strategies and Metrics for a Future-Ready Cybersecurity Program

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As the world continues to contend with a tenuous economy, business leaders are paying closer attention to their budgets. Security leaders are feeling the heat and prioritizing security spending with demonstrable cyber resilience as a key indicator of success.

To achieve this, security leaders must find the right mix of tools and technologies that allows them to maximize their threat detection & response capabilities while giving them space to experiment with new or emerging technologies.

However, a lack of outcome-focused, centralized metrics and KPIs makes it difficult to prove the value security creates. Therefore, they must establish security outcome-oriented metrics that tie directly to overall organizational success.

Forrester Consulting conducted a cross-industry online survey of 311 cybersecurity leaders at firms with up to 10,000 employees in North America, the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. The survey revealed that security leaders are struggling to determine the specific metrics and KPIs that communicate cyber resilience to key stakeholders, especially those outside of the security organization.

In this webinar, Tia Hopkins, our Chief Cyber Resilience Officer & Field CTO, speaks to Greg Crowley, our CISO, and Jeff Pollard, VP, Principal Analyst at Forrester, to discuss the key findings of the survey and provide actionable insights to help security leaders build a future-ready cybersecurity program.

Key topics covered include:

  • How economic instability heightens urgency around prioritizing cybersecurity investments and initiatives
  • The top priorities for security leaders today, including security tool consolidation, cloud-native capabilities, data-informed decision-making, and improved operationalization of threat intelligence
  • How future-ready solutions such as MDR, XDR, and security operations center as a service (SOCaaS) can help security leaders demonstrate cyber resilience to key stakeholders
  • Why security outcome-oriented metrics and KPIs must tie directly to overall organizational success and be understandable to non-security stakeholders

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