- 41% of respondents in a survey of business owners had a cybersecurity mishap related to COVID-19
- 94% of executives say their firms have experienced a business-impacting cyber-attack or compromise within the past 12 months
- 47% of businesses reported experiencing five or more attacks in the last 12 months
- 78% of respondents said they expect an increase in cyber-attacks over the next two years
- 63% of security leaders admit it’s likely their systems suffered an unknown compromise over the past year
- 65% of attacks involved operational technology assets
- 21% of companies have adopted formal, enterprise-wide security response plans
- 74% have ad-hoc plans or no plans at all for any type of incident
- Only 39% of organizations with a formal, tested incident response plan experienced an incident, compared to 62% of those who didn’t have a plan
- Having a tested incident response plan can save 35% of the cost of an incident.
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Cyber Security Statistics
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