2017 CYBERTHREAT DEFENSE REPORT
About This Report
Register now to download CyberEdge’s fourth-annual Cyberthreat Defense Report – a comprehensive review of the perceptions of 1,100 IT security professionals representing 15 countries and 19 industries. Key insights from this year’s report include:
- 79% of networks were breached,
compared to 62% three years ago
- 61% compromised by ransomware, but only a third paid a ransom
- 89% experienced a shortfall of available IT security talent
- 75% have adequately invested in cyber insurance
- 21% are not satisfied with Microsoft’s available Office 365 protections
- 76% of IT security budgets are rising
- Malware and spear-phishing are causing the most headaches
- Low security awareness among employees is the greatest inhibitor
1,100 security professionals
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