Westford, USA, July 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The total cost of cybercrime globally is estimated to be around $1 trillion and is expected to zoom to $10.5 trillion by 2025 annually. This includes the direct costs of things like data breaches, system downtime, and recovery as well as the indirect costs associated with damaged reputation, lower productivity, and loss of customer trust. The average cost of a data breach in the global cyber security services market is now around $92 million, and it’s estimated that each incident causes an average of 9 hours of downtime. Cybersecurity insurance can help offset some of these costs, but it’s still a significant burden for businesses of all sizes.
There has been a marked increase in the number of cyber-attacks in recent years, with a wide variety of targets and motivations. These attacks can be broadly divided into two categories: those that seek to exploit vulnerabilities for financial gain, and those that are motivated by political or ideological goals. The most common type of attack in the cyber security services market is aimed at stealing personal information or money. Hackers will often target online banking platforms or e-commerce sites in order to steal credit card details or login credentials. These types of attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and many organizations are struggling to keep up with the latest threats.
Another growing type of cyber-attack is ransomware in the global cyber security services market. This is where hackers encrypt a victim’s files and demand a ransom payment in order to decrypt them. This can be particularly devastating for businesses, as it may result in the loss of critical data. Ransomware attacks have been on the rise in recent years, and they show no sign of slowing down. Political and ideological cyber-attacks are also on the rise. These may be motivated by a desire to disrupt an organization or government, or to embarrass them publicly. In some cases, these types of attacks can be very damaging indeed.
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