Should cybersecurity overconfidence be on your threat radar? | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware

When you run a new piece of research into the state of enterprise cybersecurity, there is an extent to which you are confirming assumptions and expectations. This is not unimportant work: identifying the truth in trends and how significant they are helps us to weight them accurately and so make better decisions. Nonetheless, one can predict from the outset what respondents will report back about: the growing rate of attacks; the extensive damage that breaches cause financially, operationally, and reputationally; and the ratcheting up of pressure from business leaders to find new strategies.

Imagine our surprise, then, when Kyndryl’s 2023 state of IT risk report found that 88% of IT decision makers are confident in their organization’s preparedness for disruption. In fact, 65% rated themselves as being ahead of other organizations, and just 8% said they were even somewhat lagging their peers in preparedness.


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