Cybersecurity operations might feel too grand an expression for some IT teams who wrap it in as part of general IT management, while for others it’s the full-time job they perform in a dedicated, 24x7x365 security operations centre.

Wherever you sit on the spectrum, there’s one core goal: visibility. Visibility that leads to a feeling of assurance that “we’ve got this” and “we’re covered to the level that we need to be”.

However, with the enterprise IT boundary removed, IT users working remotely and threat actors working more subtly and successfully than ever, it’s concerning that more than a fifth don’t believe their cybersecurity solutions are protecting them from the majority of risks their organisation faces. With this in mind, how can IT leaders adapt their cybersecurity strategy to ensure operations continue without interruption?

This report shines a light on what IT leaders across the industry anticipate will have the biggest impact on the cybersecurity space in 2022 and beyond, with 54% of IT leaders believing threat actors are getting smarter and that their organisation could be vulnerable to an attack.

Within the report, experts in the sector share what they believe IT leaders can and should be doing to mitigate cybersecurity risks.

The 2022 Cybersecurity Disruptors

Download our report to find out what IT leaders across the industry anticipate will have the biggest impact on the cybersecurity space in 2022 and beyond.