Cyber Resilience Snapshot
Insights from the Immersive Labs 2022 Cyber Workforce Benchmark
Some of the biggest targets are the least prepared
Financial services and healthcare organizations are lagging behind industry cyber resilience standards.
It’s taking months for organizations to develop capabilities to respond to emerging threats
As new threats emerge, human capabilities to manage them lag behind traditional activities like system vulnerability patching.
Top Five – Speed of Capability Development
Days to complete
Speed of learning accelerates in response to high-profile threats
The top four fastest completed exercises were related to the Log4j security incident.
The fastest human capability ever developed was for the OWASP Log4j dependency check tool: 100 times faster than other threat intelligence labs.
Developing up-and-coming talent is an untapped opportunity for security leaders
While experienced professionals performed higher overall, emerging talent developed capabilities in certain areas faster with comparable accuracy.
Organizations are less focused on the later stages of the attack chain
While preventing breaches is ideal, capabilities to prevent escalation and business impact are also key to cyber resilience.
Download the complete Cyber Workforce Benchmark 2022 to learn more
These executive insights are just a small sampling of the findings in the full Immersive Labs Cyber Workforce Benchmark 2022. Download the full report for a more complete view of the state of cyber resilience globally, along with expert perspectives from fellow security executives and capabilities development experts.
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