Khimaira Group helps organizations prepare, protect, detect, respond and recover along all points of the security lifecycle. Cyberattacks are commonplace. They can have a massive impact on organizations, as well as their customers, partners, employees and the bottom line.

Many organizations are finding it hard to reconcile the level of their cybersecurity innovation investments with the cyber resilience outcomes for their business. Even worse, choosing the wrong strategy to invest in cybersecurity technologies can cost the organization far more than wasted cash; it can damage an organization’s brand, reputation, and future prosperity.

We found:

1. Investment in security innovation is growing
10.9% of organizations’ IT budgets is spent on cybersecurity programs.

2. Basic security hygiene is better
27% reduction in the average number of security breaches; organizations now face 22 security breaches down from 30 in the previous year.

3. Security success masks hidden threats
Only 60% of the business ecosystem is protected by the cybersecurity program; 40% of breaches come via this route.

4. Security cost rises are unsustainable
69% agree staying ahead of attackers is a constant battle and the cost is unsustainable.

5. Security investments are failing
44% of organizations had more than 500,000 customer records exposed in the last year.

 

Cybersecurity challenges are different for every business in every industry. Leveraging our global resources and advanced technologies, we create integrated, turnkey solutions tailored to your needs across your entire value chain.

Whether we’re defending against known cyberattacks, detecting and responding to the unknown, or running an entire security operations center, we will help you build cyber resilience to grow with confidence.

Our broad cybersecurity knowledge and deep industry expertise allow us to develop next-gen cybersecurity services to protect your business, from end to end.

Why leaders are more cyber resilient 

Cyber resilience is the ability to defend against attacks while continuing to do “business as usual” successfully. Our statistical analysis revealed a group of leaders who were characterized as among the highest performers in at least three of the following four categories: stop more attacks, find breaches faster, fix breaches faster and reduce breach impact.

As our research shows, cyber resilience is achievable and replicable. Organizations need to stop attacks and improve their response to security failures, find and fix breaches faster and maintain a lower impact on the business.

By understanding adopting the lessons learned by the leaders, organizations can not only secure the path to cyber resilience, but also gain mastery in cybersecurity execution.