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12 must-know-cybersecurity-stats-of-2015-slideshare

2015 has seen its fair share of global cybersecurity concerns and (as we recapped in a recent infographic,) data breaches. Between phishing, malvertising, hidden malware in applications, spam and other means of social engineering, the threat landscape has not been an easy one for MSPs and IT solution providers in the U.S. and U.K. to navigate. With the ever-increasing volume of attacks issued by those intent on stealing your clients' financial and personally identifiable information (PII), and the onslaught of sophisticated schemes that trick users into perpetuating malicious activity, data security and protection is more complex and harder to provide small-to-medium-sized businesses.

But just what are we dealing with here? How much cybersecurity spend should we anticipate in 2016? How much of a role has human error played in IT disasters, and how long does it take users to detect cybercrime? Answers to this and more in our Top Cybersecurity Statistics of 2015 Slideshare!

(Side note: If you're struggling to sell your managed IT services, sharing these stats with prospects could be the extra boost you need to convince them to partner with you!)

12 must-know-cybersecurity-stats-of-2015-slideshare

  1. 1. Fact #1 The U.S. government has spent $100 billion on cybersecurity over the past decade, and has $14 billion budgeted for cybersecurity in 2016.
  2. 2. Fact #2 The global managed security services market is expected to grow from $8 billion in 2015 to $30 billion by 2020.
  3. 3. Fact #3 Online banking fraud increases 48% year-on-year.
  4. 4. 98% of tested web apps are vulnerable to attack. Fact #4
  5. 5. 600,000 Facebook accounts are compromised every single day. Hackers use like-jacking (fake ‘like’ buttons on pages containing malware), phishing and social spam in bulk messages to spread the virus. Fact #5
  6. 6. Fact #6 83% of respondentsin a global survey of more than 3,400 ISACA members say that cyberattacks are among the top three threats facing organizations today, but only 38% say they are prepared to experience one.
  7. 7. Fact #8 More than 200,000 U.S. cybersecurity jobs remain unfilled.
  8. 8. 68% of funds lost as a result of cyber attacks are declared unrecoverable. The average time to detect malware or criminal attack is 170-200 days. Fact #9
  9. 9. 93% of DPA breaches are caused by human error. Fact #10 We made a video about human error and data breach! Check it out 
  10. 10. Inside jobs: 59% of employees steal proprietary corporate data when they quit or are fired. Fact #11
  11. 11. Forbes predicts a huge unsized market for securing non-computer devices will come in to sharp focus over the next couple of years. Over $1 billion is being spent annually on security awareness training. Fact #12 Read up on the MDM opportunity for MSPs!
  12. 12. Thanks for viewing! Find our sources below, and be sure to check out our blog for more informative content around cybersecurity. 1.) http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevemorgan/2015/10/16/the-business-of-cybersecurity-2015-market-size-cyber-crime-employment-and-industry-statistics/5/ Steve Morgan, The Business of Cybersecurity: 2015 Market Size, Cyber Crime, Employment, and Industry Statistics. Forbes 2.) https://heimdalsecurity.com/blog/10-surprising-cyber-security-facts-that-may-affect-your-online-safety/ Andra Zaharia, 10 Surprising Cyber Security Facts That May Affect Your Online Safety. Heimdal Security 3.) http://www.itgovernance.co.uk/blog/6-truly-shocking-cyber-security-statistics/ Kevin Wright, 6 truly shocking cyber security statistics. IT Governence Blog 4.) http://www.isaca.org/Pages/Cybersecurity-Global-Status-Report.aspx 2015 Global Cyber Security Status Report, ISACA

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