Brand Reputation Costs $200,000 to Repair
Over half (57%) of companies admit that the information security incidents they experienced in the last year had a negative impact on their reputation. The average cost incurred per incident by small and medium-sized businesses was more than $8,000, while the damage to enterprises exceeded $200,000.
From Digital Friend to Frenemy: 29% Takes a Device into the Bathroom, Despite the Risk of Being Hacked and Spied On
Research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International shows that the relationship between users and their digital devices is often closer than between best friends, with 29% taking them into the bathroom and 25% sharing secrets with their device that they don’t want anyone else to know.
Parents under pressure to protect both young and old online, Kaspersky Lab’s survey shows
New research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International reveals that 30% of parents feel they have no control over what their children see or do online, with 38% concerned that their children’s Internet-dependency is becoming an addiction.
Kaspersky Lab survey shows businesses losing confidence in suppliers
The main reason is the increasing number of IT security incidents that they cause. The survey also found the average cost of such an incident for enterprise exceeded $3 million.