Other findings

Fourth, 36% of respondents from Singapore were focused on AI initiatives, compared to 44% globally. Also:

    • Compared to other countries, respondents from India had the highest percentage (66%) rating their security programs as “extremely advanced,” compared to 47% globally. They also indicated higher rates of increased collaboration across internal teams — 58% with software engineering, 52% with engineering operations, and 78% with IT.
    • 51% of respondents in India expected defenders to gain a bigger advantage with generative AI in their work, versus 43% globally.
    • 56% of Australian respondents indicated having experienced state-sponsored attacks, versus 39% of other respondents.
    • 72% of Australian respondents indicated they pivot too much between disparate security tools (compared to 43% globally), and 35% cited having issues with visibility across the attack surface (compared to 20% globally).
    • 50% of Australia respondents also cited problematic detection, with typical mean-time to detection taking months, compared to 19% globally.