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A cyber attack on a peak holiday shopping day could cost your company $500,000 in lost business, not to mention the damage to your reputation and the possibility of fines.
The convenience of mobile computing could be coming at a steep price for privacy protection, with stolen laptops becoming the most common cause of security incidents
Almost every business will suffer at least one breach of security this year, and that compromise of security costs on average of $5.85 million, including about $3.3 million in lost business.
It’s no secret that in today’s economic environment businesses have to be selective with their operational investments. Often times it seems that if a program isn’t able to show an immediate increase in revenue, it’s the first to be cut. This was certainly apparent when reviewing results from Shred-it’s 2014 Information Security Tracker.
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Cases of fraud are reaching epic proportions but despite increasing security risks, US business executives are less concerned about privacy protection than they were a few years ago.
Fraud is a large cause for concern for businesses of all sizes, with the average organization losing 5% of its revenue each year to fraud. What most don't know however, is the major threats come from within an organization.
After a security breach, financial services companies lose more customers than businesses in any other industry sector with 7.1% of their clients moving to other institutions.
Data breaches are on the rise (and making headlines worldwide). More and more of people’s privacy is being put at risk. The cost of fraud is going up. Legislation is being strengthened to protect consumers, yet business owners are deprioritizing information security.
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Most companies have never reviewed their information security and have no idea where they're vulnerable.
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