Ever[ev-er] 

-adverb 

1. At any time

2. The state of being free from danger or threat

 

 

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According to the FBI, an average of 4,000 ransomware attacks happen per day

Security[si-kyoo r-i-tee]

-noun

1. At all times; always

2. Safety; confidence

NYDFS Cybersecurity Requirements have you concerned? GDPR fines (4% of global revenues) have you up at night? EverSec Group can help.

Vital Statistics:
 
  • Over 95% of breaches occur behind perimeter firewalls.

    •  71% of security breaches involve user devices.        

    • 53% of breaches are caused by non-malware attacks.

  • 51% of security vulnerabilities target corporate servers.

 

 

Gartner Group has found that:

  • 40% of enterprises will have formal plans to address cyber security business disruption by 2018

  • 60% of enterprise information security budgets will be allocated to rapid detection and response approaches (up from less than 10% in 2014) by 2020



 

 

 

 

 

 

"But there remains a gaping chasm between awareness of the threat and readiness to address it: A survey last fall by IBM and Ponemon of 2,400 security and IT professionals found that 75% of the respondents said they did not have a formal cybersecurity incident response plan across their organization. And 66% of those who replied weren’t confident in their organization’s ability to recover from an attack."

-Jeff John Roberts & Adam Lashinsky, Fortune Magazine

 

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$7.35 Million – Estimated average total cost of a data breach in the U.S., up from $5.85 Million  

-Ponemon Institute

 

 

 

According to the FBI, an average of 4,000 ransomware attacks happen per day. The WannaCry ransomware attack, which crippled computers in more than 150 countries in May, could cost as much as $4 billion according to some estimates.

 

 


According to Verizon, 62% of all breaches featured hacking, and of those, 81% leveraged stolen and/or weak passwords—giving the attacker the same privileges as a trusted insider.

 

In just over a year, email scammers fleeced $3.1 billion from U.S. companies, according to the FBI.

 

Accenture estimates that companies worldwide spent $84 billion in 2015 to protect against attacks. But according to business insurer Hiscox, cybercrime cost the global economy more than $450 billion in 2016. The bad guys have the resources at their disposal because the rewards have been there. The good guys need to have a plan in place to detect and neutralize intruders when they strike.

 

 

EverSec Group Can Help.