Many companies are still not aware that they have been hacked; are you one of them?

The Problem

There’s no doubt that the threat of becoming a victim of cybercrime is very real. From online fraud, hackers and ransomware to the Dark Web and the risk of fines due to data security breaches, cybercrime is on the increase and causes a major threat to businesses worldwide.

Becoming a victim of cybercrime or suffering a significant breach can seriously affect your business’ future and add the risk of large fines from the data protection authorities. Can you afford not to be protected? It is far less traumatic and cost effective to mitigate the risk pre-breach than it is to recover after the fact.

Proportion of organisations that have identified breaches or attacks in the last 12 months.

% experiencing a cyber security breach or attck in last 12 months

Business Overall

43%

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Micro Firms

40%

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Small Firms

47%

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Medium Firms

64%

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Large Firms

72%

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Finance/Insurance

57%

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Info/comms

59%

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Charities Overall

19%

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63% - increase in UK business cybercrime in 2017*

Bases: 1,519 UK businesses; 655 micro firms; 349 small firms; 263 medium firms; 252 large firms; 105 finance or insurance firms; 99 information or communication firms; 569 charities**

* Source: Malwarebytes | ** Source: HMG Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018

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