When Transforming a Cybersecurity Program, It’s OK to Get Help

January 9, 2024

Security risk and compliance needs are rising to the top of spending priorities, according to data from IDC. At the same time, the average ransomware payout worldwide has increased 20% over 2022 survey data. These two factors are the leading causes (among many others) driving security leadership to explore how they can transform their cybersecurity programs.

Transforming a cybersecurity program isn’t easy. It requires a breadth and depth of skills, resources, and tradecraft that even the most well-funded programs will find challenging to build and maintain using their own in-house resources. As a result, many security leaders are turning to Managed Detection & Response (MDR) providers who can lead a transformational program.

Tune in as speakers from DeepSeas and IDC discuss the latest data around cybersecurity and ransomware, challenges that IT and security professionals must overcome when transforming a cybersecurity program, and potential solutions.

It’s OK to Ask for Help: Critical Reinforcement for Cybersecurity Threats


Craig Robinson, Research Vice President, IDC Security Services

Wade Alt, Chief Operating Officer, DeepSeas