The Fourth Annual Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Global indicates that both the cost and frequency of cyber crime have continued to rise for the fourth straight year. According to this study of a benchmark sample of organizations in the U.S., the occurrence of cyber attacks has more than doubled during this period, while the financial impact has increased by nearly 78 percent.
Ponemon Institute conducted similar cyber crime cost studies for HP Enterprise Security in the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and Japan. And for the first time this year, France was also studied. The findings of from these research studies are presented in separate reports.
Download these reports to learn about how:
• Information theft and business disruption continue to represent the highest external costs.
• Recovery and detection remain the most costly internal activities associated with cyber crime.
• Deploying advanced security intelligence solutions can mitigate the impact of cyber attacks.