Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study

October 2, 2019

The Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime study combines research across 11 countries in 16 industries. We interviewed 2,647 senior leaders from 355 companies and drew on the experience and expertise of Accenture Security to examine the economic impact of cyberattacks.

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XM Cyber

XM Cyber provides the first fully automated APT Simulator to continuously expose attack vectors, above and below the surface, from breach point to any organizational critical asset. This continuous loop of automated red teaming is completed by ongoing and prioritized actionable remediation of organizations’ security gaps. In effect, HaXM by XM Cyber operates as an automated purple team that fluidly combines red and blue teams' processes to ensure that organizations are always one step ahead of the attack.

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Cybercrime By The Numbers

Infographic | January 3, 2020

Malware, ransomware, data breaches, and phishing are top of mind for most companies. As users, devices, applications, and data continue to move outside of the traditional enterprise perimeter and zone of control, attack surfaces will only expand. So, what are the realities of falling prey to a cyber attack?

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CYBERSECURITY & DATA PRIVACY

Infographic | January 21, 2020

In 2018, cybersecurity and regulation figure prominently among top trends and priorities, increasing in frequency for the 1,400+ executives we interviewed across 10 industries. CGI can provide a discussion of all available benchmarking from our interview data, including each client’s positioning on topics such as IT satisfaction, IT budgets, innovation investments, digital maturity and more.

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The future of cybersecurity in a digital world

Infographic | February 2, 2020

Data-driven technologies change the way the world works. And the more connected devices flourish, the more cybersecurity matters. There are more digitally connected devices than ever before—and the world is just getting started.

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Who is behind cyber attacks?

Infographic | January 2, 2020

Regardless of the size or type of organisation you work for, it's important to understand why you might be vulnerable to cyber attack, and how to defend yourself. The advice summarised below is applicable to your working life and your home life. You should also familiarise yourself with any cyber security policies and practices that your organisation has already put in place.

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Active directory IT security infographic

Infographic | January 24, 2020

Active Directory is a great technology. In fact I can’t image life without it. It’s pretty easy to set up, with every Microsoft Server release it gains additional options that make life for IT easier. Did you know that only 5% of 1000 fortune companies don’t use AD to organize their environment?

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What is phishing? How this cyber attack works and how to prevent it

Infographic | February 12, 2020

Phishing is a cyber attack that uses disguised email as a weapon. The goal is to trick the email recipient into believing that the message is something they want or need — a request from their bank, for instance, or a note from someone in their company — and to click a link or download an attachment. What really distinguishes phishing is the form the message takes: the attackers masquerade as a trusted entity of some kind, often a real or plausibly real person, or a company the victim might do business with. It's one of the oldest types of cyberattacks, dating back to the 1990s, and it's still one of the most widespread and pernicious, with phishing messages and techniques becoming increasingly sophisticated.

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Spotlight

XM Cyber

XM Cyber provides the first fully automated APT Simulator to continuously expose attack vectors, above and below the surface, from breach point to any organizational critical asset. This continuous loop of automated red teaming is completed by ongoing and prioritized actionable remediation of organizations’ security gaps. In effect, HaXM by XM Cyber operates as an automated purple team that fluidly combines red and blue teams' processes to ensure that organizations are always one step ahead of the attack.

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