Contributing writer, CSO |
Security leaders are pushing ahead with holistic strategies heading into 2022, with a list of priorities that support enterprise resiliency.
Although CISOs surveyed by CSO for our annual Security Priorities Study, indicated a number of initiatives they’re planning to undertake in the upcoming months, they also say they’re not focused on beefing up any single tool nor relying on any one approach.
Rather, their priorities reflect the evolution of the security function that today must be a collection of interdependent policies, procedures, and technology capabilities that work together to counter the specific risks and threats faced by the CISO’s own organization.
Moreover, they say their priorities reflect security needs due to recent shifts in their organization’s IT and business environments, a changing threat landscape, and emerging risks.
In short, CISOs say their priorities for 2022 are all about keeping pace, and getting better.
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