Though less eventful than its predecessor, 2021 was another blockbuster year for cybersecurity. With 2020’s scramble to enable remote working fading from memory, securing hybrid setups in the long term presented a new and complex challenge.
At the same time, cybercrime went prime time. High-profile cyber-attacks on healthcare, food and fuel supplies put CISOs on high alert. Keeping threat actors out was only part of the problem. Post-pandemic, The Great Resignation saw employees leave their roles in record numbers, often taking valuable data and credentials with them.
To find out how security professionals adapted to this turbulent time, Proofpoint surveyed 1,400 CISOs from around the world, inviting them to share their experiences of the past 12 months and offer their insights for the years ahead.
In the “2022 Voice of the CISO Report,” you’ll learn about:
How CISOs are adjusting in the wake of two years of pandemic disruption
How they are adapting strategies to support long-term hybrid setups
The part people play in putting organisations at risk
The changing role of the CISO—and how they are coping with increasing and evolving demands