Eighty percent of IT business leaders in the US anticipate a critical breach or successful cyber attack over the coming year, according to a newly published survey of more than 1000 IT professionals.
LogRhythm, the security intelligence company, has announced its top eight cyber security predictions for 2019, with one prediction that there will be a move this year to hold CEOs accountable for security breaches.
The number of records breached dropped nearly 25% globally in 2017, but ransomware breaches still cost organisations US$8 billion, with human error responsible for two-thirds of compromised records.
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