2016 Cost of Cyber Crime Study & the Risk of Business Innovation - Ponemon Institute - Cyber Security Analysis

Learn how having a high cyber security profile, as determined by the deployment of specific practices and technologies, will support business innovation and reduce the cost of cyber crime. This report focuses on the cost of cyber crime, based on a 2016 study with 237 organizations in six countries. The research revealed the importance of thriving and innovating while simultaneously reducing your cyber risk and the financial and reputational consequences of a cyber attack.

A few, key takeaways include: information loss or theft is now the most expensive consequence of cyber crime; applying information management and governance practices reduces the cost of cyber crime, and certain technologies enable a high level of information management and governance.

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