The global nature and ubiquity of ICT infrastructure creates threats that local self-defense systems cannot cope with. Losses caused by digital attacks are growing at a rate of more than 12% per year. It is expected that in 2025 they will exceed $10,000 billion. This is the combined effect of the increase in the scale of criminal crime, terrorism and war-like activities. What is needed is a global and universal cybersecurity system based on a coherent concept of local and international activities. The lack of a concept for such a system means that the detection rate of perpetrators does not exceed 0.3%. Therefore, at the current stage, the most effective solution seems to be activities at the enterprise level, mainly network infrastructure operators and local enterprise networks. Therefore, the panel discussion will focus on current local solutions to this problem.