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648 cyber threats per minute

RiskIQ has released its annual "Evil Internet Minute" security intelligence report. The report taps RiskIQ’s proprietary global intelligence and third-party research to analyse the volume of malicious activity on the internet, revealing that cybercrime now costs organisations a whopping $1,797,945 per minute.

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'Significant' cybersecurity pressures on UK businesses

92% of UK businesses have experienced a cyberattack in the last 12 months, with over two-thirds (72%) successfully breached at least once.

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Tripling threat performanc

Paired with enhanced SD-WAN management and zero-trust capabilities, new appliances streamline security and reduce TCO for large organizations and distributed enterprises.

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Container attacks on the rise

Fifty percent of vulnerable targets are attacked within one hour.

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Security and automation are top priorities

Kaseya’s seventh benchmark survey finds cybersecurity and data protection continue to present the biggest challenges amidst a rise in cyberattacks.

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Case Study: @nifty Delivering IT Security to Their Customers with Kaspersky

NIFTY Corporation is one of the leading Telecoms and Internet Service Providers in Japan, supplying high-speed broadband connectivity to more than 1.39 million broadband users. Providing robust security for the many subscribers to its online services is very important because repeated security breaches or loss of service may result in customers suffering damage or losses - and ultimately leaving NIFTY and moving to competitors' services.

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