idexperts logo“A new cyber-risk handbook from the National Association of Corporate Directors states the case bluntly: “If a sophisticated attacker targets a company’s systems, they will almost certainly [be breached].” For the last decade and more, privacy and security professionals have focused on preventing data breaches. Yet the most massive breaches in history have happened within the last year, despite millions invested in information security. The reason is simple: there is great economic value to cyber-criminals, foreign governments, and other organizations in stealing information. According to some estimates, between  $9 trillion and $21 trillion of global economic value could be at risk from cyber attacks. Teams of cyber-attackers are using increasingly sophisticated tactics to deploy malware and mount multi-stage attacks that search for security holes until they find a way in.”

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NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum

June 2-3, 2015