A recent cybersecurity barometer has been conducted in partnership with the region of Bretagne and Bretagne Développement Innovation. The study aimed to understand organizations' perception of cyber risks, their level of cybersecurity maturity, existing security practices, awareness of support mechanisms, and potential obstacles to implementing a dedicated cybersecurity policy.
With 269 participants, including companies, local authorities, and associations, the results showed that while basic cybersecurity hygiene was generally good, there was a need for improvement in advanced security measures. Ransomware emerged as the top feared threat, and social engineering fraud was underestimated.
The report highlighted resource constraints as a factor contributing to the lower maturity in advanced cybersecurity measures. Enhancing cybersecurity maturity is crucial for strengthening resilience against cyber threats in the region.