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Cyber Security in Critical National Infrastructure Organisations: 2022

To better understand the cyber challenges and threats faced by UK CNI organisatons in 2022, Bridewell commissioned research among 521 UK cyber security decision-makers in the following industries.
 
  • Utilities
  • Finance
  • Transport and aviation
  • Government
  • Communications
 
The research found that while CNI organisation are growing in cyber maturity, current trends in the threat landscape, such as human operated ransomware (HoR) and increasingly complex regulatory and compliance demands are creating new pressure for them to become more resilient.

Among Our Top Findings:

Only 3 in 10 CNI organisations have a plan for decision making on whether to pay the ransom

More than 7 in 10 CNI organisations have seen cyber attacks increase since the start of the war in Ukraine

97% of CNI organisations have concerns about the proposed updates to the NIS Regulations 

79% think their operations will be significantly disrupted by
ransomware in the next 12 months

For insights into the current threat landscape, download Part 1 of our ‘Cyber Security in Critical National Infrastructure Organisations: 2022’ report.

Some of the key areas we cover include:

  • Confidence in Cyber Security
  • The Current Threat Landscape
  • The Ransomware Risk
  • The Impact of Cyber Attacks
  • Insights from Bridewell’s SOC

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