Take It to the Board

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How do you present a compelling case to executives at your company to ensure that you'll get the investment in IT security that your department needs?

Kaspersky Lab's eBook, Take It to the Board, pulls together the statistics and research you need to support your case, including:
  • The risks involved in not securing your infrastructure with a multi-layered security platform
  • The importance of employee education on IT security issues
  • The damage that just one attack can do to any enterprise
Be prepared for their questions. Be prepared for the future of the threat landscape.

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2015 IT Risks Report

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For the 5th year in a row, Kaspersky Lab addresses these questions and other IT security concerns in its 2015 Global IT Security Risks Survey.

Analyzing the responses of more than 5,500 participants from 38 countries, Kaspersky Lab offers a comprehensive report on the most pressing cybersecurity threats, as well as projections on how those threats are evolving and what you can do to protect your business.

Some of the highlights include:
  • In the past year, over 90% of businesses have experienced some form of external threat
  • 37% are concerned that their SaaS platforms aren't secure
  • The average cost of a data breach is $38,000 for SMBs and $551,000 for Enterprises
  • 47% of businesses want banks to improve the security of online transactions
  • 15% of enterprise businesses experienced a targeted attack and more than half of them (53%) reported losing sensitive data as a result
Find out how your peers are addressing the latest IT security threats and how Kaspersky Lab can help you prepare for the year ahead!

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Step Out of the Bull's-Eye: Protecting Your Company from Advanced Threats and Targeted Cyberattacks

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Regardless of the adversaries' motives, corporations understand the need to implement defensive measures to secure their infrastructure and sensitive data while mitigating the risk of future attacks.

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