We mostly serve smaller organizations with limited budgets, so ‘struggling to get budgets’ is nothing new for us. In fact, we preach about this topic to anyone that’ll listen. And, this little nugget from the article below is unfortunately also true: “… extreme circumstances, such as a security incident or a major industry disruption, drove the budget increase.”
Until cyber spend is on par with other business priorities, we’ll keep fighting the good fight – on the network and in the boardroom.
CISOs are struggling to get cybersecurity budgets: Report
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