This is the ultimate guide to the cost of IT security. Select the details that match your company to see the average budgets your industry peers spend on IT security (by region, industry, size), what security measures they take, the major threat vectors they encounter, how much money they lose as a result, and what you can do to avoid being compromised. The Calculator has been created as an adjustable tool. The data presented can be updated and/or added to over time based on insights from customers and Kaspersky Lab.
Incidents affecting suppliers that the business shares data with
Incidents affecting third party cloud services used by the business
Inappropriate sharing of data via mobile devices
Incidents affecting IT Infrastructure hosted by a third party
Incidents affecting virtualized environments
$ 923 776
Average cost of one incident
Industrial and manufacturing companies are suffering most from a threat that is commonly overlooked-generic malware, which gets right inside the industrial network. This means the implementation of cybersecurity solutions, that are designed for industrial and manufacturing organizations and that are aware of specific OT assets, are imperative. To further improve cybersafety, it is recommended that these organizations invest in cybersecurity services that include regular cyber awareness training.
Industrial and manufacturing companies in the Japan and APAC region are more likely to be the victims of targeted attacks and suffer incidents related to OT infrastructure with external connections. Enforcing the use of specialized industrial network monitoring and anomaly detection tools should make all industrial communications transparent.
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*These statistics are based on results from an online survey of 6,687 business representatives from companies with up to 4,999 employees around the world, conducted in 2018 by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International. Statistics based on less than 30 respondents should be used with caution, due to this being a low base.