The Top 3 Implications of the Cyber Skills Shortage in UK Financial Services Firms – and How to Begin a Path to Progress Using Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM)

Cyber risk is frequently cited as a key source of risk to UK financial stability. The risk of a cyber attack is the most cited risk in the latest survey for the second half of 2023, with 80% of firms mentioning it. This is the highest proportion of respondents citing cyber risk ever recorded in the survey. 

This sector’s attractiveness to malicious actors necessitates a vigilant and strategic approach to cybersecurity.

Based on his discussions with CISOs in the finance sector, Josh Neame, CTO at BlueFort, has identified the top 3 challenges and themes facing these organisations in 2024 and beyond. This whitepaper explores his findings.

Learn how to: 

  • Stay ahead of evolving threats
  • Bridge your skills gap
  • Optimise your budget

To learn more about what your peers in the finance sector are doing to rationalise their cybersecurity controls and to book an initial discovery workshop – click here.

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