VentureBeat May 25, 2024
Gaurav Banga, Balbix

2024 is already shaping up to be one of the most stressful years yet for CISOs. They are trying to defend their organizations against a growing number of threats as they increase in speed and complexity, fueled by emerging technologies like generative AI. It doesn’t help that cyber budgets are shrinking and CISOs can now be held personally liable for a breach, as was seen by the precedent-setting verdict against the former Uber CISO.

To top it up, 61% of CISOs feel unprepared for a cyber-attack and 68% feel that their organization is at risk of an attack, according to Proofpoint. It’s no wonder that the modern CISO often feels like the scapegoat, with odds stacked against them.

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