Digital transformation has made cybersecurity one of the world’s most pressing issues at both the micro and macro levels. At the micro level, organizations face existential consequences from a severe breach—regardless of how well they execute in every other area of the business. At the macro level, the digital economy is unsustainable if it is constantly subject to disruption by malicious actors.
In response to this intense demand for cybersecurity, capital markets have made massive investments in cybersecurity technology, services, research, and skilling. And those investments have paid off, greatly enhancing the abilities of both individual organizations and collective markets to protect themselves from an ever-intensifying threat matrix.
It is time for organizations to add rationalized cybersecurity economics to their short lists of cybersecurity necessities.
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