According to Accenture's ninth annual Cost of Cybercrime study, the number of cyberattacks continues to rise and take more time to resolve. Organizations participating in the study saw an average of 145 attacks in 2018, up from 130 in 2017. The good news in the report was that prioritizing technologies to improve cybersecurity protection can reduce the consequences of attacks and "unlock future economic value as higher levels of trust encourage more business from customers."
Posted June 17, 2020
From POODLE, Heartbleed, and Shellshock in 2014, to the Hacking Team breach, OpenSSL's FREAK, and a variety of zero-day vulnerabilities in 2015, we have seen a consistent ramp-up in security threats and successful data breaches. 2016 is the time for businesses to take their collective managerial and accounting heads out of the sand and build security into every level of their products and processes.
Posted March 22, 2016