Focus on France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom

DUBLIN, May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “European Cybersecurity Responsibility, Spending and Posture” report has been added to from offer.

This study surveyed executives influencing the budget in France, Germany, Italy, Spainand the UK. The profile of the respondents is 20% C-level executives, 12% senior executives, 34% executive executives, 17% middle executives, 9% senior executives and 8% executives.

This research provides a bird’s-eye view of the minds of cybersecurity technology end users to determine what is on their mind, what is their security posture, and what is most important to them when making purchasing decisions. .

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the remote work trend by at least 20 years Europe. To enable remote workers, digital transformation initiatives that needed to be rolled out over a period of years have instead taken place in weeks or months.

In the process, security issues were first pushed aside or completely ignored in a rush to enable remote workers and protect productivity. This has led many organizations to unwittingly increase cyber risk and re-examine their security postures.

It also provides insight into the security implications for European businesses as a new and deep Second Cold War erupted between Russia and democratically aligned European allies.

Main topics covered:

1. Research objectives and methodology

  • Research objectives and methodology
  • Respondent profile

2. Main results

3. Responsibility for cybersecurity in organizations

  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • UK

4. Impact of COVID-19 on cybersecurity budgets

  • Cybersecurity budgets in the age of COVID-19
  • Cybersecurity budgets in 2021 and expectations for 2022

5. Safety, Impact and Posture Issues

  • The concerns of French organizations in terms of cybersecurity
  • Cybersecurity Concerns of German Organizations
  • The concerns of Italian organizations regarding cybersecurity
  • Cybersecurity concerns of Spanish organizations
  • Cybersecurity concerns of UK organizations
  • Impact of French cyber incidents
  • Impact of German cyber incidents
  • Impact of Italian cyber incidents
  • Impact of Spanish cyber incidents
  • Impact of cyber incidents in the UK
  • Impact of cyber incidents on European organizations
  • Cybersecurity posture self-assessment

6. Security Maturity – A Cluster Analysis

  • Security Maturity – Cluster Analysis Methodology
  • Security maturity classifications
  • Technology Driven Security Maturity – United States vs. Europe
  • Technology-Driven Security Maturity and Revenue
  • Technology-Driven Security Maturity

7. Security Barriers and Purchase Intent

  • Obstacles to securing organizations
  • Choose cybersecurity products and services
  • Most Desired Security Additions for French Organizations
  • Most Wanted Security Additions for German Organizations
  • Most Desired Security Additions for Italian Organizations
  • The most desired security additions for Spanish organizations
  • The most wanted security additions for UK organizations

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