Recent headlines, including those from the global Wannacry ransomware cyberattack, have more businesses than ever concerned about the risks of not protecting their critical information from malicious software, electronic data breaches, denial of service attacks, and other natural or manmade disasters. Not only can shut-downs such as these significantly impact a business’s day-to-day revenue flow and reputation, any loss of data, either temporarily or permanently, also can lead to significant fines for companies that operate in highly regulated industries.
In a recent survey, conducted by Opinion Matters on behalf of VIPRE, IT administrators chimed in on a plethora of topics surrounding endpoint security. Here’s a look at some of the standout numbers from The VIPRE Report.
Hundreds of thousands of ransomware attacks take place every single day. Everyone is a target. No one is immune.
The first three installments of the Cyberthreat Defense Report (CDR) began the process of looking beyond major breaches and the never-ending evolution of cyberthreats to better understand what IT security teams are doing to defend against them.
Webroot's 2017 cyberthreat survey report takes a look at the most susceptible nations, the rise of cyberattacks, the top industries where security budgets are increasing, and more in this infographic.
In this infographic we take a look at data from an exclusive Solarwinds MSP survey covering different security aspects of the IT industry and how confident businesses are about their own security compared to how many breaches they have had.
In this 2017 security survey, the overall responses strongly suggest that executive boards of enterprises and small to medium-size businesses (SMBs) are confident of their cyberthreat preparedness, low vulnerability, and data protection. The data reflects that their CIOs, heads of IT, and even their CISOs are all equally clear: we are secure.