According to an Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) survey released on september 2015, the global cyber security market is going to reach $20bn by 2025 and the pressure to increase security will continue to grow.
A report by Raytheon Websense reveals new concerns for the healthcare sector as the black market thrives on personal medical data.
According to a Procorre research UK businesses are increasing their request for cybersecurity experts.The recent high profile hacks against Carphone Warehouse and Ashley Madison clearly showed the vulnerability of many IT security systems and contributed to the investment increase on cybersecurity. Cybersecurity roles account for 14% of UK-Based IT jobs, with 15% of cyber security professionals paid at least £100.000 per annum.
Cyber security threats are evolving rapidly. Organisations are facing not simply an escalating risk, but the near certainty that sooner or later they will suffer a cyber-security breach.
Technology is ever evolving and new cyber threats continue to be devised. Unfortunately, cybersecurity is not yet at the core of many national and industrial technology strategies.
This is why WISER’s aim is to develop a multi-staged methodology to continuously, consistently and appropriately govern cyber strategy.
"Is your cyber risk approach ahead of the curve?" the Cyber risk in EMEA infographic is based on the key findings of the AON 2015 EMEA Cyber Impact Report. The infographic touches on the intagible vs tanglible assets aspect, what it means to take action and what are the actions that can be taken for cyber risk management.
The AON 2015 EMEA Cyber Impact Report explores the relative financial statement exposure of intangible (cyber) assets compared to tangible assets among EMEA organisations. Based on more than 500 interviews with organisations, it provides fresh insight into cyber risk in EMEA.
The elephant in the room” in cyber security is the human factor reveals (ISC)2 global workforce study.
The UK survey shows that innovation often brings new risks, including increased use of smartphones and tablets.