Every third company in Germany became a victim of cyber-attacks in 2018. This is the result of the Cyber Security Survey conducted by the Federal Office for Information Security. In almost 90% of the cases, the attackers were successful and caused business interruptions. This, in turn, produced costs for forensic investigations and the restoration of IT systems.
Cybercrime is on the rise! Every year, more and more incidents are registered and with attacks becoming more complex and devastating, it is becoming even harder for organizations to keep up with cybercriminals. The damages caused by a cyber attack goes far beyond revenue loss.
Hermes Germany, the leading consumer delivery company, is using Link11’s cloud-native DDoS protection solutions to protect its IT infrastructure and web applications against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.Read More
Major cyber-attacks continue to make headlines in the media and companies affected have very little time to react before the media, consumers, regulators law enforcement and financial analysts get involved. The consequences of these attacks can be devastating and range from reputational damage to lost revenue and recovery costs.Read More
Following the announcement by British Airways that the details of 380,000 payment card details and other personal data had been stolen from its website, Link11 stated that the breach could have been prevented with the use of a correctly-configured web application firewalling (WAF) to protect the website.Read More
With the rise in innovation and Artificial Intelligence (AI), businesses among all sectors heavily increased their investments in AI-based technologies in recent years. Moreover, Artificial Intelligence was referred to as a “general-purpose technology” by Harvard Business Review in 2017, implicating that AI will impact every industry to a certain extent. Cybersecurity industry being on the forefront of adopting and deploying AI, however, is undisputed among industry observers.
Year by year, the risk for organizations to become a victim of a cyberattack is increasing. The cost of cyber security will amount to $6 trillion by 2021. However, the consequences are not just financial damage. 55% of organizations cooperate with external partners in order to be protected against cybercrime. The following infographic contains 10 significant reasons why cyber security should be top priority for organizations in 2018.Read More
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