A data breach happens in seconds, however, most companies take up to 6 months to recognize that a breach has even occurred. In 80% of cases, companies are blind to the fact that a breach has ever taken place and are typically notified by an external party.1 Worse still, the average cost of a data breach is $3.79M.2
Already in 2016 there have been 139 breaches reported, exposing over 4.2M records.3 So what are some of the subtle tell-tale signs that a security breach has occurred? What are the key red flags you need to know?
Join Steve House, VP Product Management, Zscaler Inc., for a thought-provoking webcast revealing:
Best practices for hunting and detecting the signs of compromise
Why the vast majority of targeted attacks aren’t ever uncovered by the victim enterprise
Tools and processes needed to identify and mitigate such threats
Insights into the mindset of today’s cyber criminals, who continuously manage to adapt their defenses as quickly as organizations deploy them
Don’t miss this event. Register today!
1Security Intelligence: “Global Security Report Shows Majority of Companies Do Not Detect Breaches on Their Own”
2Ponemon Institute: “2015 Cost of Data Breach Study”
3TRC Data Breach Report 2016