Key Findings from 2022 Data Threat ReportMarch 31, 2022
As the pandemic continues to affect both business and personal lives, expectations of a ‘return’ to pre-pandemic conditions have faded from most plans. Underlying trends that have always driven information security, such as new technologies, greater compliance mandates and more severe security incidents, continue to be significant change agents. The 2022 Thales Data Threat Report, based on data from a survey of almost 2,800 respondents from 17 countries across the globe conducted by 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, reviews and analyzes these trends and changes.
Many organizations continue to be unprepared for the security challenges of diverse threats, ransomware, accelerating cloud transformation and hybrid work. In fact, according to the report’s survey 21% of all respondents said they had experienced a ransomware attack. Furthermore, 22% of respondents worldwide said they have paid or would pay a ransom for their data.
This webinar will review the changing landscape of data security risks and threats. Specifically, you can expect to learn about:
- Leading sources of data threats
- Ransomware preparedness and how it has changed breach economics
- Breaches and their impacts weigh on security planning
- Data sprawl’s impact on data security
- Cloud usage trends and security practices in the cloud
- Threats of remote and hybrid workforces
- Future threats such as quantum computing
Date:Tuesday, March 31st