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Large and midsize organizations are more likely to have highly sophisticated security postures, compared to organizations of other sizes included in the study. The Cisco Security Capabilities Benchmark Study reveals disconnects in perceptions of security readiness. How secure is your organization? 21 Call 1.800.625.5468 or visit pcmg.com of chief information security officers (CISOs) view their security processes as optimized, compared to 46 percent of security operations (SecOps) managers. Changing the View Toward Cyber security Cisco security experts suggest that it is time for organizations to start viewing their approach to cybersecurity differently if they want to achieve real world security. Strategies include adopting more sophisticated security controls to help defend against threats before, during, and after an attack; making security a topic at all levels; and implementing the Cisco Security Manifesto, a set of security principles that can help organizations become more dynamic in their approach to security—and more adaptive and innovative than adversaries. Attackers have become more proficient at taking advantage of gaps in security to hide and conceal their malicious activity. Users—and security teams—are both part of the security problem. While many defenders believe their security of CISOs see their security tools as very or extremely effective, with about one quarter perceiving security tools as only somewhat effective. of respondents from organizations with sophisticated security strongly agree that company executives consider security a high priority. of respondents use standard tools such as patching and configuration to help prevent security breaches. processes are optimized—and their security tools are effective—in truth, their security readiness likely needs improvement. What happens in the geopolitical landscape, from legislation to security threats, can have a direct impact on operations and how an organization addresses security. And taking into consideration all these factors, it has never been more critical for organizations of all sizes to understand that security is a people problem, that compromise is inevitable, and that the time to take a new approach to security is now. Contact your PCMG Account Executive today We provide comprehensive security solutions tailored exactly to fit your organization's needs. 1-800 -625-5468 | www.pcmg.com 51% LESS THAN 91% 75% 59%
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