Cybersecurity Threats, Inflation, and Economic Concerns and Staffing Plans
A majority of CEOs say their companies are not fully prepared for a cybersecurity threat, and an increasing number say their companies are unable to absorb increasing costs stemming from inflation. These are some of the key findings in the latest CEO survey from Marcum LLP and Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business.
Less than one-third of CEOs (31.8%) said their company is well-prepared for any cybersecurity threat they might face in the foreseeable future, while 58.1% said they are adequately prepared but could be doing more. Ten percent say they are behind in efforts to protect their companies from breaches.
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Where do you feel your company stands regarding protection against cybersecurity threats?
Has your business been impacted by rising costs during the current inflationary cycle?
How have you managed increases in your costs?
How concerned are you that the economy will experience a recession in the coming year?
How is a possible recession in the coming year affecting your company’s staffing?
How is your organization assessing and reducing IT risk on an ongoing basis?
What is your view of the current business environment?
What are the most important influences for your business planning in the next 12 months?