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Top cybersecurity risk management insights from Pulse in 2021

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September 27, 2021
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Cybersecurity risk management insights from Pulse's One-Minute Insight Reports

View our top-trending One-Minute Insight Reports on cybersecurity risk management from 2021.

Two of the most popular features of Pulse are our One-Minute Insight Reports that summarize industry trends and insights directly from members of our community and our Research Library that houses a collection of these reports. Since October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we’re putting the spotlight on some of our best cybersecurity-related One-Minute Insight Reports, including one of our top reports from earlier this year on cybersecurity risk management.

Top cybersecurity insight reports from the Pulse community in 2021

#1: Cybersecurity Risk Management

📊 Featured report on cybersecurity risk management
Our Cybersecurity Risk Management One-Minute Insight Report summarizes survey results collected from 120 verified IT executives, including data on:
• Current risk management infrastructures and budgetary plans
• How businesses approach and communicate risk
• Where the blame for breaches ultimately falls

#2: Ransomware in 2021

Recaps insights from 331 tech decision-makers on:

  • Ransomware experiences and outcomes
  • How an organization can become vulnerable to ransomware
  • Why ransomware attacks are on the rise


#3: Outsourcing Cybersecurity

Reviews how 121 tech decision-makers feel about outsourcing cybersecurity initiatives, including:

  • The extent of outsourcing cybersecurity at their organization
  • The primary drivers for outsourcing and the tools that are outsourced
  • How to select a vendor, and whether vendors meet their requirements


#4: Securing the Software Supply Chain

A collection of responses from 298 tech leaders who discussed:

  • Whether software supply chain security is a priority at work
  • Whether they’ve had breaches and the extent of their current vulnerability
  • The reasons why attacks happen and the tools they use to mitigate risk


#5: Cybersecurity During COVID-19

350 IT executives participated in surveys and polls on cybersecurity during COVID-19, which covered:

  • How security teams adapted to support a remote workforce
  • The top issues IT teams face and strategies to minimize these issues
  • How IT budgets have been affected and will change over time

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