The modern technological era is one where organizations are continuously threatened by online hackers. These threat actors have become more intelligent, and by using a combination of new tools, old tricks, and perseverance, they remain adept at breaking through increasingly secure endpoints.
The business need for top-notch cybersecurity training and technology grows each year, forcing security leaders to grapple for larger budgetary allocations. A company’s overall security posture can improve if everyone is on the same page about security spending, and how it impacts the business. In the long run, it’s incumbent on security leaders to effectively communicate that any investment in security technology and/or training benefits, rather than punishes, a company’s bottom line.
Varonis has put together a guide on the future of cybersecurity budgeting, including facts on how organizations will try to address threats, and how much they will allocate to address their cybersecurity needs. The guide also provides recommendations to make sure your company stays secure in years to come.
Infographic courtesy of Varonis.
|Rob Sobers is a Sr. Director at cybersecurity firm Varonis. He has been writing and designing software for over 20 years and is co-author of the book Learn Ruby the Hard Way, which has been used by millions of students to learn the Ruby programming language. Prior to joining Varonis in 2011, Rob held a variety of roles in engineering, design, and professional services.
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