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Biggest Cybersecurity Stats of 2017

Some of the most valuable data you have is online, and it’s been there for a while.

You might think it’s secure because you’ve protected it with a password, but in this day in age, there aren’t many password-protected pieces of data online that even an amateur hacker can’t access.

The solution: keep what’s important to you safe from harm by integrating identity verification and vendor risk management security solutions. It might sounds like taking this step is an overreaction, but thousands of companies throughout the world disagree.

Biggest Cybersecurity Stats of 2017

  • Nearly half of all cyber attacks happen to small businesses
  • Between now and 2021, more than $1 trillion are expected to be spent on cybersecurity.
  • In 2017, $120 billion will be spent on cybersecurity.
  • By 2021, $6 trillion worth of damage from cybercrimes will incur.
  • Between 2017 and 2021, the healthcare industry will spend more than $65 billion on security.
  • By 2020, 4 billion people will be online and need cybersecurity.

CSO originally featured these stats, and you can read about more cybersecurity facts from them, here.

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