2023 Sponsorship Opportunities | Multi-Sponsored Surveys
|Survey Title||Event Date||Author(s)|
2023 Survey: A Year in Reflection: Ransomware and Malware Intrusions in 2022 (And Preparing for 2023!)
2023 Threat Hunting Survey: Focusing on the Hunters and How Best to support Them
2023 Visibility and Attack Surface Survey
2023 SOC Survey
2023 CTI Survey: Keeping Up with A Changing Threat Landscape
2023 DevSecOps Survey
2023 Incident Response Survey
2023 ICS/OT Cybersecurity Survey: 2023’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Defenses
2023 Vulnerability Management Survey: The Path to Remediation
2023 Cloud Survey
2023 Sponsorship Opportunities | Multi-Sponsored Reports
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|2023 Report: Become Timeless: The Present and Future Skills Needed for Cyber Security Job Success at Any Level|
The hard skills required to be successful in the cyber security industry are constantly evolving. The evolution of technology and the ever-evolving threat landscape have contributed to a new world of hard skills cyber security professions need to be well versed. Acquiring additional skills will not only help you better protect your organization, but also help grow your successful career in this dynamic industry. Knowing what skills to acquire can be overwhelming when you do not know where to start.
|Mar. 15||Kevin Garvey|
|2023 Report: The State of MDR|
As more organizations today struggle to keep up with the threat landscape, detection and response capabilities can suffer, too. This is often due to a lack of expertise on-staff, or a lack of staff altogether. Increasingly, many security teams are turning to managed detection and response (MDR) providers to help shore up their defenses. In the past several years, the breadth and capabilities of MDR providers have expanded considerably, often including threat intelligence, threat hunting, advanced malware analysis, and many more services than in the past. More solutions are also capable of integrating with other security controls and platforms running in customer environments, and automation for response workflows is another major consideration for most organizations, as well.
In this report, we’ll explore the landscape of what security teams should be looking for in a mature, capable MDR offering, and also discuss emerging and evolving trends that will affect the industry now and in the future.
|Mar. 22||Dave Shackleford|
|2023 Report: Digital Forensics|
It is no surprise that there is a shortage of cybersecurity professionals, and year upon year, these careers continue to be some of the most in-demand jobs in the corporate, healthcare, financial, education and government sectors. While the term cybersecurity is broad in scope, there are many in-demand roles specifically in the area of digital forensics and investigations. Digital forensics is a small subset of cybersecurity which is further broken up into many distinct disciplines, each often requiring their own set of specialized skillsets, aptitude, certifications, and on the job experience.
This paper aims to dissect some of these disciplines and get a feel from the experts why they chose their specific field and what it takes to thrive as a practitioner in the any number of niche forensic fields.
|May 10||Heather Mahalik |
& Lee Crognale
|2023 Report: Top Attacks|
Abstract coming soon.
|2023 Report: Ransomware|
You would think that after the past years of high profile ransomware attacks, we would see and hear about ransomware less and less however that’s not the case.
This report will cover the evolution of ransomware up to 2023 and how threat actors continually evolve to stay a step ahead. It will focus on how to prevent ransomware in our organizations.
|Jul. 26||Jorge Orchilles|