Today’s tech leaders and security practitioners are under constant pressure, not only overseeing organisation-wide IT and security issues; but mitigating business risks (both internal and external threats), and facing the ever-evolving cyber threat landscape. This report examines seven subsegments including:
Welcome to State of Security 2022, a collaborative deep dive into the cybersecurity sector by iTnews, Digital Nation Australia and CRN which examines the issue from the perspective of boards, CISOs and CIOs, and the information technology channel.
State of Security 2022 was created using insights, research, and opinion from industry analysts, CIO and CISOs, partners and MSPs, and company directors to provide a compact, yet compelling overview of the key trends, vendors and threats in the cyber security market.
Start navigating the report by using the bar at the top of the page - we recommend beginning with the report Overview.
Athina Mallis, Natalie Apostolou, Juha Saarinen, Andrew Birmingham, William Maher, Iain Ferguson and Jennifer O'Brien contributed to the State of Security 2022 report for iTnews, CRN and Digital Nation.
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