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Over 82% business executives see cybersecurity budgets rising in 2023: Report

According to the report, India respondents consider a catastrophic cyberattack, a resurgence of COVID-19 or a new health crisis, and a new geopolitical conflict among the top three risks.

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Over 82 per cent of business executives in India anticipate an increase in cybersecurity budgets in the coming year, says a PwC report.

According to the report, India respondents consider a catastrophic cyberattack, a resurgence of COVID-19 or a new health crisis, and a new geopolitical conflict among the top three risks.

"Over 82 per cent of business executives in India foresee an increase in cybersecurity budgets in 2023," said the PwC survey.

Survey also said that 89 per cent of Indian business executives say their organisations' cybersecurity team detected a significant cyberthreat to business and prevented it from affecting their operations, as against 70 per cent globally.

"It also highlights that 83 per cent Indian business executives say their organisation's cybersecurity team has improved supply chain risk management," according to PwC release.

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The survey captured views of senior executives on the challenges and opportunities to improve and transform cybersecurity within their organisations in the next 12-18 months. It included 3,522 respondents across 65 countries and revealed that 103 executives from India participated in the Global Digital Trust Insights survey.

According to the survey, organisations across the globe worry about more threats and cyber events in 2023 -- 65 per cent of business executives polled felt cybercriminals will significantly affect their organisations in 2023 compared to 2022.

In India, cloud-based pathways (59 per cent) and the internet of things (58 per cent) are top areas of concern, followed by mobile devices and software supply chains (54 per cent). Globally, mobile devices are considered most unsecured (41 per cent).

With PTI inputs.

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Published: 09 Nov 2022, 04:18 PM IST
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