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Digital Masters 2022 RadarView™
The Digital Masters 2022 RadarView™ addresses the need for enterprises to understand the current landscape for adopting digital technologies. The report helps them identify implementation services providers best suited for executing transformation initiatives by supplying granular insights for each provider.The 88-page report also provides our point of view on how enterprises have changed the way they look at technology, outsourcing, and reprioritizing their digital investments.
Cybersecurity Services 2022 RadarView™
The Cybersecurity Services 2022 RadarView™ is designed to inform enterprises about best practices in this space and provide a relatively granular understanding of key service providers. It provides a 360-degree view of key cybersecurity services providers across practice maturity, partner ecosystem, and investments and innovation, thereby supporting enterprises in identifying the right cybersecurity services partner. The 85-page report also highlights top market trends in the cybersecurity space and Avasant’s viewpoint.
Cybersecurity Services: Moving to a Proactive Security Posture
The Russia-Ukraine war has further escalated cyber risks in an already precarious threat environment. Organizations continue to endure email cyberattacks involving phishing that are extending to their supply chain partners. As businesses modernize their IT infrastructure, there is increased interest in the zero-trust security model and deploying or refreshing security controls. These measures help companies move from a reactive to a proactive security operations center (SOC) by automating the triage process and incident response. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant’s Cybersecurity Services 2022 RadarView™.
Avasant Releases New Benchmarks for IT Security and Cybersecurity Spending
Security and cybersecurity incidents are costly, with losses increasing every year. In light of these growing threats, it is no wonder that organizations in all industries continually rank security as a top priority for new spending. But how much are they spending? To answer this question, we have now released our new report, IT Security, Cybersecurity, and Compliance Spending and Staffing Benchmarks.
IT Security, Cybersecurity, and Compliance Spending Benchmarks 2022
Security and cybersecurity incidents are costly, with losses increasing every year. It is no wonder, then, that organizations continually rank security as a top priority for new spending. But how much are they spending? This report provides spending and staffing benchmarks by industry and organization size for IT security, cybersecurity, and related compliance. Benchmarks are calculated by number of users, organization revenue, and percentage of IT spending, as well as by number of network devices, locations, and endpoints. Security staffing is calculated as a percentage of the IT staff and also per user. Industry benchmarks are provided for business services, financial services, critical infrastructure, public sector, healthcare, manufacturing/distribution, and retail. There is also a breakdown for identity/access management, security policy/awareness, cybersecurity/incident response, threat and vulnerability management, data privacy/security, and governance, risk, and compliance.
Wipro’s Edgile Acquisition: Another Step in the Right Direction for Wipro’s Cybersecurity Aspirations
IT service providers are looking to own the end-to-end cybersecurity adoption cycle and be part of the executive decision-making. This implies going beyond regular implementation and managed security services and offering consultancy and advisory services. Through Edgile, Wipro aims to achieve the following two goals: move up the value chain by playing an influential role in the initial stages of deals, which involve decision-making at the board or CXO leveland position itself as an end-to-end service provider by augmenting its cybersecurity consulting capabilities and covering the entire value chain.
Avasant Digital Forum: Building Healthcare’s Digital Future
In recent years, advocates of telemedicine promised increased access to healthcare, better patient outcomes, and reduced costs. COVID-19 became an unexpected large-scale trial for telehealth. Remote patient monitoring, chronic disease management, virtual appointments, and other aspects of digital medicine showed earlier success in those trials. As vaccines and therapeutics reduce the load on healthcare providers, they should not look to return to their previous standards of care. Instead, they should look to continue with digital healthcare in their post-COVID plans.
Avasant Digital Forum: The Age of Cyber Crime: Mitigating the Impact of Data Breaches
The recent Solarwinds breach has shown that cybercrime is a rapidly increasing threat to businesses and has become an inevitability. The business impact can range from loss of data to damaged consumer confidence and significant financial liabilities. While investing in cyber security is critical, there’s a fiduciary responsibility to have a mitigation plan against damage to business reputation and trust from a data breach. It’s important for every company to be prepared to handle the breach lifecycle – from Incident management to Impact assessment, Communication, Breach resolution and Recovery.
Avasant Digital Forum: Securing The Enterprise In The Post Covid World: Next Generation Cyber Defense
As enterprises rapidly shift to Cloud, Agile and Edge computing, their cyber security strategy has to adapt. The pandemic has further escalated the cyber-risks as organizations shifted to Work from Home and virtualized their operations. The Post-COVID enterprise security strategies must include a Cloud-centric model that spans across the extended work boundaries and a hybrid/multi-cloud environment. Securing your data against cyber threats and ransomware in this Extended Enterprise is now one of the most critical priorities.
Enterprise Security Orchestration Platforms 2020 RadarView™
The Enterprise Security Orchestrion Platforms 2020 RadarView™ report is designed to help enterprises make strategic decisions to identify the best security orchestration platform to build their SOC. It assesses the platform providers based on automation capabilities, the number of predefined playbooks, built-in integrations, flexibility in the pricing model, efforts to reduce TCO, and the maturity and scale of the operation.
Cloud Security in the Post Pandemic World: Securing the Extended Enterprise
The Post-COVID enterprise data management strategies must include a Cloud-centric security envelope that spans across extended work environment in this growing hybrid/multi-cloud world. Securing your Data in this Extended Enterprise is now one of the most critical priorities.
Not Just Digital, Digital Resiliency Is Imperative For Enterprises
The COVID-19 pandemic marks a watershed moment for companies, and the need for building digital resilience has never been greater. To address business continuity and productivity, there has been a forced shift to remote work in many organizations, along with a spike in the demand for collaboration and a sudden rush to migrate applications to the cloud.
Digital Masters 2020 RadarView™
The Digital Masters 2020 RadarView™ report addresses the need of enterprises to understand the larger tech-enabled transformation imperative, and to identify implementation services providers that are best-suited for complex transformation initiatives and provide a granular understanding of each of them. The 84-page report also highlights how the COVID-19 outbreak has driven enterprises to reprioritize their digital investments and redefined client/vendor relationships and provides a perspective on future market dynamics over the next 12 to 18 months.
Cybersecurity Services 2020 RadarView™
The Cybersecurity Services RadarView™ 2020 report is aimed at informing enterprises about new developments in cybersecurity, best practices in this space, and Avasant's viewpoint on the future direction of the industry over the next 12 to 18 months. This is also a good reflection of how the service provider landscape has evolved in the way they are investing in talent development, enhancing organization structures, expanding geographic focus, and strengthening their partner network. Accordingly, the service providers are judged on practice maturity, partnership ecosystem, and investments and innovation and are recognized as Leaders, Innovators, Disruptors, and Challengers in this report.