Data Breaches Cost Companies $4.24M Per Incident On Average
The new report also found that breaches cost over $1 million more on average when remote work was indicated as a factor in the event.
Study Details Alarming Risks to Knowledge Assets
More than four in five IT security practitioners admit that their companies' knowledge assets likely have been breached.
How to Prevent ‘Visual Hacking’
In this high-tech age, low-tech hacking techniques like physically looking at open computer screens may be overlooked, potentially leading to disaster.
Companies Lose Ground to Cyber Criminals
Both the number of successful hacks and the financial havoc they cause are up by more than 20% in 2017, Ponemon reports.
Data Breach Costs Climb to Average of $3.8M
Ponemon Institute study finds costs are rising in part because criminal cyberattacks are becoming more frequent.
Data Breach Costs Overstated, Verizon Suggests
Cost-per-record may not be the best metric to use when calculating how much a cyber-security failure could cost your company.
Five Truths About Cyber Security
Among the points to remember: your information network will most certainly be compromised.
Three Steps to Data Security
Legal bills, compliance fines, fees for forensic investigators — data breaches are expensive. Here's how your company can avoid being a victim.
Why Finance Chiefs Should Lead on Cyber-Security
With attacks targeting financial data and other critical assets, CFOs must set the tone when it comes to identifying and thwarting cyber-threats.
At the Corner of Finance and Risk Management
The new president of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, also the risk manager of a major health-care provider, readies his employer for health-care reform so it can help its customers do the same.
No Escaping Cyber Risk, Companies Warned
Virtually all organizations are prone to data breaches, which, according to recent research, cost an average of $5.5 million each.