Building cybersecurity resilience is one of the most important challenges facing businesses in 2023. Cyber threats continue to grow in volume and sophistication, with the impacts of breaches extending beyond regulatory penalties to large revenue losses and even brand reputation damage.
While great people, smart investments and rigorous governance sit at the heart of a solid resilience strategy, the sheer number of potential threats makes it difficult for security teams to keep up.
That’s why organisations all over the world are increasingly recognising the power of security automation to help solve this critical challenge.
Telstra commissioned research on the state of Security Operations (SecOps) and assessed security automation maturity across a range of complex technology environments within North Asia.
- 32% of firms in North Asia have seen a significant increase in serious security incidents across their entire IT stack over the past 12 months
- 50% of security experts are confident they could reduce serious breaches with better security automation
- 1 in 4 regional organisations consider themselves ‘advanced’ in leveraging security automation to better protect their assets
To find out more about how organisations are maximising security automation in North Asia, download the report Now!