Today, government and industry increasingly are on the wrong side of the cybersecurity spend.
Criminal groups, nation-states and individual hackers often force organizations to spend much more to defend against cyber attacks, or the threat of attacks, than attackers spend to carry them out. How do we slow down this trend and reverse the spend, forcing the attacker to pay a higher price?
Technology and a better-educated workforce will help, but these solutions may not really reduce the spend or increase the cost to the attacker.
The best way to do this is through significantly increased partnering as well as more timely and greater sharing of threat data and real-time attack information.