Roots of the problem

  • Obsolete protection

    The systems for prevention against conventional antivirus type threats are proving insufficient against the exponential growth of the risks associated with web security.

  • Complex access

    Given the need to mitigate the risks arising through access from any network, companies intensify the security measures without taking the end user into account.

  • High costs

    The investment made by companies on cybersecurity matters is not a guarantee of success against the web based threats.

An increase in Malware pieces

The growth of new malware pieces has been exponential since 2006, reaching a total of 500 million malware pieces in 2015; with these figures, it is difficult to keep current security system databases up to date.

-McAfee Quarterly Threat Report March 2016

  • 500 million

    Malware pieces
  • 353 Million

    Infected files
Risk of threats in files

A study has found that McAffe has detected that, every day, its customers' networks were exposed to over 353 million infected files and, furthermore, they tried to install or start 71 million potentially unwanted programmes.

-McAfee Quarterly Threat Report March 2016

Fake security alerts

According to the study by the Ponemon Institute on behalf of the security company Damballa, organizations receive nearly 17,000 fake security alerts per week and only 4% (705) are analyzed due to inaccurate or erroneous intelligence against the threats received.

-The Cost of Malware Containment. Ponemon Institute

  • 17000 alerts / week

    Of fake security
  • 7.7 $ Million

    Average annual cost for companies
The cost of Cybercrime to companies

According to a study by the Ponemon Institute regarding the costs involved for companies throughout the world caused by the attacks launched by cybercriminals, it has estimated the average cost per year amounts to 7.7 million dollars with a range from 0.31 M $ to 36 M $.

-2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Global. Ponemon Institute

Unresolved vulnerabilities

The 2016 Internet Threat Report presented by Symantec says that 75% of all legitimate webs host unresolved vulnerabilities, of which 15% are considered as critical.

-Internet Security Threat Report 2016. Symantec

  • 75 % of legitimate webs

    Host vulnerabilities

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