1Study Shows Cyber-Security Pros Confident They Can Find Threats
Crowd Research Partners released the 2017 Threat Monitoring, Detection and Response Report on Aug. 15, providing insight into the latest trends and professional opinions in the cyber-security landscape. The report includes responses from 410 IT security professionals and was produced in partnership with AlienVault, Bitglass, BluVector, ControlScan, Delta Risk, DomainTools, Dtex, Event Tracker, Exabeam, ObserveIT, SoftActivity and Tenable. Among the high-levels finding is that most organization feel confident they can detect threats within a day, yet it takes more than a day, often much more, for the majority organizations to recover from a cyber-attack. This slide show looks at some of the highlights of the 2017 Threat Monitoring, Detection and Response Report.
2Multiple Vendors Supported the Research
The 2017 Threat Monitoring, Detection and Response Report surveyed 410 cyber-security professionals in the Information Security Community on LinkedIn and benefitted from the support of multiple vendors including, AlienVault, Bitglass, BluVector, ControlScan, Delta Risk, DomainTools, Dtex, Event Tracker, Exabeam, ObserveIT, SoftActivity and Tenable.
3Cyber-Security Confidence is High
4Ransomware, Phishing Are Top Concerns
5Detection of Advanced Threats is a Top Challenge
6Security Incidents Lead to System Downtime
7Most Cyber-Security Incidents Detected Within a Day
8Recovery Time is More Than a Day
9Threat Intelligence Impact Varies
10Threat Management Budgets are Not Growing
11Outlook for Breaches is Mixed
When asked what the likelihood of a breach is in the next 12 months, 32 percent of respondents said that it is more likely, while 29 percent said it was less likely.