Costs of a Breach

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Breached organizations experienced a number of negative consequences, which ultimate include financial loses, but also less direct loses including a decline in their brand value and potentially a loss of customers. Total estimated cost from data breaches worldwide in 2012 are cited at an estimated $8.1 billion dollars, with an average of $194 per record. Data breaches are not isolated events exclusive to large organizations and the impact to a small company can have devastating

Threats to Enterprise Security

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Threats to enterprise security are numerous and well-documented by the media. Hardly a week goes by without reports of large scale compromises of records, with many of these breaches occurring at large, tier one organizations. If you are a systems administrator, it may seem like breaches can come from anywhere-and you would be correct in that assumption, based on several studies released in 2013. According to the findings from Verizon’s annual data reach investigations report,
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