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2016 Cybersecurity Trend Report

The latest in application security, network security, and data security

This UBM report examines the overall security trends that are driving the need for change, as well as plans and strategies around application security, network security, and data security.

Last year, organizations worldwide spent more per security breach than the previous year. The cost to detect, respond to, and mitigate a breach was around $7.7 million—1.9% higher than 2014. For US companies, costs were even higher, at around $15 million on an annualized basis.

An October 2015, the Ponemon Institute in conjunction with HPE Security, conducted a global study of 252 companies across 7 countries. The study reveals the number of cyber attacks against organizations continues to rise, with even greater sophistication: “Unlike the smash-and-grab raids of the past, many of the attacks have emphasized persistence and stealth during the data exfiltration stage, which can last for months.”

The report will include startling information:

  • Who causes the costliest crimes
  • How “threat actors” gather information prior to their attacks
  • What the biggest security concerns are world-wide
  • Why web applications are so vulnerable to attack, and the most common problems

Enterprises on average receive some 17,000 malware alerts on a weekly basis, a vast majority of which turn out to be false. This 21-page report describes what you really need to be concerned about, along with the measures that heads-up companies are taking to mitigate the dangers.

Download the 2016 Cybersecurity Trend Report today.

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The latest in application security, network security, and data security

This UBM report examines the overall security trends that are driving the need for change, as well as plans and strategies around application security, network security, and data security.

Last year, organizations worldwide spent more per security breach than the previous year. The cost to detect, respond to, and mitigate a breach was around $7.7 million—1.9% higher than 2014. For US companies, costs were even higher, at around $15 million on an annualized basis.

An October 2015, the Ponemon Institute in conjunction with HPE Security, conducted a global study of 252 companies across 7 countries. The study reveals the number of cyber attacks against organizations continues to rise, with even greater sophistication: “Unlike the smash-and-grab raids of the past, many of the attacks have emphasized persistence and stealth during the data exfiltration stage, which can last for months.”

The report will include startling information:

  • Who causes the costliest crimes
  • How “threat actors” gather information prior to their attacks
  • What the biggest security concerns are world-wide
  • Why web applications are so vulnerable to attack, and the most common problems

Enterprises on average receive some 17,000 malware alerts on a weekly basis, a vast majority of which turn out to be false. This 21-page report describes what you really need to be concerned about, along with the measures that heads-up companies are taking to mitigate the dangers.

Download the 2016 Cybersecurity Trend Report today.

HPE DevOps Solutions.