NATO SURVEY RESPONDENTS IDENTIFY SOFTWARE SUPPLY CHAIN AND CYBERSECURITY SKILLS SHORTAGES AS KEY CHALLENGES ; CYBER DEFENCE COORDINATION AND THREAT DATA SHARING IDENTIFIED AS AREAS OF OPPORTUNITY FOR GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP .
rellix , the
T cybersecurity company delivering the future of extended detection and response ( XDR ), has released a global Cyber Readiness Report gauging technology adoption and perceptions of government cybersecurity leadership related to cybersecurity standards and the cooperation between the public and private sectors .
The Trellix report shows 87 % of respondents from NATO countries of Germany , France and the UK believe formalised , government-led initiatives can play an important role in improving their nations ’ protection against cyberthreats . Respondents from these countries see opportunities for improvement in their partnerships with government in areas such as cyber defence coordination , threat information sharing and software supply chain integrity .
Report gauges cyber readiness of German , British and French government agencies and CI providers
The study , based on research conducted globally by Vanson Bourne , surveyed 900 cybersecurity professionals from organisations with 500 or more employees , including 200 respondents in the three European NATO countries of Germany , the UK and France .
“ Global tensions and cyber-warfare incidents in Ukraine sharpen our focus on the cyber-readiness of government and critical infrastructure ,” said Bryan Palma , CEO of Trellix . “ Our report assesses the progress of new technology implementation , like XDR . It also identifies areas of opportunity for stronger public-private partnerships , where increased coordination will keep us ahead of our adversaries .”
Cybersecurity technology adoption
Among German respondents , cloud cybersecurity modernisation appears to be furthest ahead in implementation . Just under half ( 40 %) claim to have fully implemented the advanced technology