4633527_1_executive-guide-to-the-ntt-security-2019-global-threat-intelligence-report.pdf - Executive Guide to the NTT Security 2019 Global Threat

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1 Executive Guide to the NTT Security 2019 Global Threat Intelligence Report Insights driven by data Executive Guide to the NTT Security 2019 Global Threat Intelligence Report Cybersecurity insights from the inside
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2 Executive Guide to the NTT Security 2019 Global Threat Intelligence Report Contents Foreword 3 7 key insights into the cybersecurity landscape 4 Most mature but most at risk 9 Regional snapshot 13 Four types of hostile activity dominate global cyberattacks 17 How to establish cyber-resilience and maturity 21 Analysis methodology and resource information 25 About Dimension Data 27
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3 Executive Guide to the NTT Security 2019 Global Threat Intelligence Report Foreword Security’s a journey, not a destination Now, more than ever, cybersecurity teams are seeking to become more agile. They help organisations meet regulatory compliance requirements, align to industry best practices, and accelerate business transformation initiatives. Effective cybersecurity acts as a business enabler – building customer, shareholder, and employee trust. This enables organisations to protect and enhance their reputation and reduces the risk of the many negative consequences of a cybersecurity breach. By providing value to the business, cybersecurity helps differentiate in an otherwise crowded marketplace and improves users’ and customers’ experience. From on-premise IT; mobile devices; connected operational systems; to public, private, and hybrid technology deployments; cybersecurity leaders need the confidence that their infrastructure and data are adequately protected. This year, for the first time, we’ve included additional findings and recommendations on cybersecurity maturity and preparedness in our Guide, based on insights drawn from our Cybersecurity Advisory consulting service engagements with clients across the globe. We look at the global threat intelligence gathered by our teams and examine it through the lens of industry maturity and preparedness. We evaluate how well equipped organisations are to deal with the ever-evolving threat landscape, based on their current and desired levels of maturity, as seen through our global footprint. Encouragingly, we can confirm that C-level leaders are becoming increasingly aware of cybersecurity and more cognisant of the threat landscape, compliance, risks, and technology innovations. This helps them to identify their focus areas, priorities, and investment decisions. We also see organisations accelerating their security transformation by forging strategic relationships with select partners to build security roadmaps and architectures and optimise their infrastructure – all aligned to their unique business needs. This Guide is essential reading for executives seeking to improve their own organisation’s resilience and embark on the journey to world-class cybersecurity.
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