Via Verizon: “For the ninth time, the 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) lifts the lid on what’s really happening in cybersecurity. The 2016 dataset is bigger than ever, examining over 100,000 incidents, including 2,260 confirmed data breaches across 82 countries. With data provided by 67 contributors including security service providers, law enforcement and government agencies, this year’s report offers unparalleled insight into the cybersecurity threats you face. Take a look through the list of published data breaches and one thing will immediately strike you: no location, industry or organization is immune from attack. Even with the strongest defenses, you can’t bank on not being breached. But you can deter the criminals. The 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report helps you understand how cybersecurity breaches occur, what the most likely attack types are for your industry and what techniques you can adopt to reduce the risk. And it’s not just for IT. A breach impacts the whole organization, so all senior executives need to understand the threats and be aware of the risks. Our executive summary gives you all the information you need in an easy-to-digest format…”
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