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Understand Cybersecurity And Risk Budgets For 2015

Security's Sudden Spotlight Is The CISO's Double-Edged Sword

January 14, 2015

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2014 was a watershed year for cybercrime, and companies of all sizes have noticed. Executives are now placing renewed emphasis on cybersecurity, and budgets are increasing accordingly. Chief information security officers (CISOs) must now apply these additional resources effectively, because there are also requirements to show that new expenditures will create positive results. This paper draws on information from Forrester's 2014 global security survey, which shows that CISOs will find a significant improvement in their 2015 budgets, with staffing and technology implementation challenges driving the cybersecurity agenda. CISOs and their staff will be under greater pressure to maximize the value of their investments as they try to improve the security posture of the organizations they serve.

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Table of Contents

  • Budgets Reflect The Growing Cybersecurity Storm
  • CISOs Need To Be Careful How They Spend Their Newfound Wealth
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  • Focused Spending Is Key To 2015 Success, So Focus On The 3Rs
  • Supplemental Material
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