Insights for CISOs: Security Maturity in Latin America and the Caribbean

Insights for CISOs: Security Maturity in Latin America and the Caribbean

An In-Depth Look into the Region’s Current Situation and Opportunities for the Future

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14-Dec-2021
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Latin America
Research Code: K6C2-01-00-00-00
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The ongoing arms race between cybercriminals and the cybersecurity industry leads security vendors and service providers to develop new solutions and technologies. In recent years, security players have harnessed machine learning, automation, big data, analytics, and other technology innovations to enhance, upgrade or completely reinvent cybersecurity. Solutions such as XDR, for example, take advantage of the latest technological developments to provide comprehensive protection and visibility though a single-pane-of-glass platform.

Organizations must respond to the highly complex and fast-moving threat landscape and become stronger than before, enhancing their cybersecurity resilience. The all-encompassing attribute that defines an organization’s security posture is its security maturity. As part of the research for this insight, Frost & Sullivan spoke with leading cybersecurity providers including IBM, Telefónica Tech, Lumen, Scitum, and Digiware to uncover opinions relating to security maturity and the state of cybersecurity in Latin America and the Caribbean (interchangeably called LAC in this report).

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Insights for CISOs: Security Maturity in Latin America and the Caribbean

  • Insights for CISOs: Security Maturity in Latin America and the Caribbean
The ongoing arms race between cybercriminals and the cybersecurity industry leads security vendors and service providers to develop new solutions and technologies. In recent years, security players have harnessed machine learning, automation, big data, analytics, and other technology innovations to enhance, upgrade or completely reinvent cybersecurity. Solutions such as XDR, for example, take advantage of the latest technological developments to provide comprehensive protection and visibility though a single-pane-of-glass platform. Organizations must respond to the highly complex and fast-moving threat landscape and become stronger than before, enhancing their cybersecurity resilience. The all-encompassing attribute that defines an organization’s security posture is its security maturity. As part of the research for this insight, Frost & Sullivan spoke with leading cybersecurity providers including IBM, Telefónica Tech, Lumen, Scitum, and Digiware to uncover opinions relating to security maturity and the state of cybersecurity in Latin America and the Caribbean (interchangeably called LAC in this report).
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Author Lucas Ferreyra
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