Report

The State of Cyber Resilience

New research by Marsh and Microsoft identifies 8 key trends that leaders from all departments should align on and prioritise for 2022 and beyond.

 

With almost 75% of organisations experiencing at least one cyberattack, cyber resilience is now more important than ever. 

But which strategies are working? How should you prepare? Which colleagues should be involved in the decision making process? Where should you invest?  

Marsh and Microsoft asked hundreds of CEOs, risk, finance, IT, and cybersecurity leaders from across the globe to find out. Download the State of Cyber Resilience Report to get the latest statistics, trends, and insights to prioritise your cyber strategies for 2022 and beyond.

Unlike most other reports, you’ll gain a cross-functional view of cyber risk management that takes into account the different roles and responsibilities across the enterprise. So you and your organisation can better work together to build cyber resilience.

What you’ll learn:

  • What are the 8 key trends every leader should know?
    Gain a deeper understanding of the cyber trends impacting firms in 2022 and how to plan for them.
  • Which cyber risk strategies are leaders prioritising?
    Find out the ways firms are protecting from and responding to cyber threats. 
  • Where are leaders investing in cyber?
    Explore the different ways firms are planning to increase their cyber investments. 
  • How do functional leaders view their role in cyber?
    Discover how functional leaders view their role in cyber and how they can best work across the enterprise.
  • What action should leaders take? 
    Come away with a deeper understanding of the steps your organisation can take now to build cyber resilience.

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