The average cost of data breach has hit an all-time high, up almost 10% from last year to $4.24 million. That average cost increases greatly when remote workers are involved (to $4.96 million).
IT and security decision-makers need to prepare for an expanding digital world and consider how increasing cloud usage, consumer distrust, new legislation, and a permanently distributed workforce impacts the ways in which they do business.
2020 saw a spike in healthcare data breaches. A new report from cybersecurity firm Tenable finds that this spike can be overwhelmingly attributed to ransomware attacks.
New study provides some very sharp and eye-popping numbers showing that sloppy privacy practices can be tied directly to an 80% increase in the likelihood of data breaches.