Cyber resiliency is now an essential requirement for any business. Given the threat to data and IT servers, businesses must invest in cyberresiliency strategies to reduce operational risk. New research from ESG, however, finds that cyberresiliency investments are even more valuable than previously thought: In addition to minimizing risk, they improve a business's ability to innovate.
Improved cyberresilency capabilties help to reduce risk. But does an organization's level of cyberresiliency maturity also help foster innovation and deliver greater business success?
To answer this question, ESG surveyed 750 IT decision makers and then segmented the respondents into cyberresiliency stages (see graphic on right). This classification was driven by how respondents answered four questions about their organization. Each of these questions represents a characteristic of a Prepared organization (i.e., an attribute of a highly resilient organization) in terms of the teams in place to protect it, the funding for technologies to mitigate risk, or the organization's focus on minimizing thirdparty risk.
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IDC declares a statistical tie in the worldwide server market when there is a difference of one percent of less in the share of revenues or unit shipments among two or more vendors. ^Mainstream servers include standard rack servers, tower servers, blade servers, and large systems, excluding custom rack servers and density servers. Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Q3 2022. APJ excludes Greater China, and includes Pakistan.