The cost and occurrence of cyber-attacks is increasing year on year, with the average breach costing businesses between £1.46m and £3.14m. Yet despite the substantial business risk posed by cyber-crime, it can still be seen as an IT issue rather than one that should be faced by the whole business.
This eGuide has been written for management, risk and compliance professionals and outlines the business risks that exist to organisations of every size as a result of cyber-crime, highlighting the areas where businesses may be exposed to substantial costs in the event that their systems are breached by a cyber-attack.
It will show:
- What the costs of a cyber-attack are and the real impact they can have on a company of any size
- How a cyber-attack can critically damage a company’s reputation and the associated business costs
- How new legislation to be brought in by 2018 with emphasise the level of responsibility that companies have over their customers’ data
Understand the real risks posed by cyber-attacks and how they can affect your organisation. Fill out the short form to download the free eGuide now.
Discover the risks now being posed by cybercrime
Understand key risk areas that board members should be aware of
Find out the cost implications of suffering of a breach