Are defense companies prepared for today's cyber threats? [Report]

New regulation, weak supply chains, and an increasing number of endpoint and IoT devices present major vulnerabilities

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Adam Muspratt

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What are the perceived cyber threats in the defense industry?

Defence IQ aimed to find out what precautions defense companies are taking in cyber security. Is it something that companies are prioritizing, or do companies already feel equipped to deal with today’s threats?

To find out, we sent out a survey to our 100,000-strong membership to take an accurate snapshot of the current climate. We dissect these results in the analysis that follows.

In 2019, cyber security will continue to be a major source of investment across all industries. The cyber threat is complex and constantly changing, and a number of high profile cyber attacks in 2018 demonstrate the need for companies of all sizes to shore up
their defenses and face the challenges posed by cyber attackers.

However, while spending and awareness have increased, many defense companies feel that there still isn't enough being done. Meanwhile, new regulation, weak supply chains, and an increasing number of endpoint and IoT devices are presenting new avenues of attack for cyber criminals.

Check out the full report for more insight!