Companies are too reliant on dated software, the most essential-to-crises staff aren't required attendance at cybersecurity training, and the pandemic exacerbated problems, according to a new report.
Business leaders cannot reconcile prepping for crises with a desire to build effective cyber-crisis response functions. A new Osterman Research study conducted with Immersive Labs surveyed senior security leaders at 402 different US- and UK-based groups.
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