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Average business spends US$15 million battling cybercrime

Maria Korolov | Oct. 7, 2015
The average U.S. company of 1,000 employees or more spends US$15 million a year battling cybercrime, up 20 percent compared to last year.

The results are based on over 2,100 interviews that the Ponemon conducted over the past 11 months. The research was sponsored by HP.

The research covered six other countries besides the U.S. -- the U.K., Japan, Germany, Australia, Brazil, and Russia.

Average global costs of containing a cyberbreach were $7.7 million, or about half that of the U.S. alone.

 

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