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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Brazil

Discover how enterprise security solutions can help you address the core systems and business process-related activities that drive a range of expenditures associated with a company’s response to cyber crime.

The cost framework for cyber crime includes:

• The costs related to dealing with the cyber crime (internal cost activity centers): detection, investigation and escalation, containment, recovery and ex-post response.
• The costs related to the consequences of the cyber attack (external consequences and costs): information loss or theft, business disruption, equipment damage, and revenue loss.

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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Global

Discover the most salient findings of this enterprise security and intelligence study and learn what you can do to protect your organization.

There is significant variation in total cyber-crime costs among participating companies. The US sample reports the highest total average cost at $15 million and the Russian sample reports the lowest total average cost at $2.4 million. It is also interesting to note that Germany, Japan, Australia and Russia experienced a slight decrease in the cost of cyber-crime over the past year. The percentage net change between FY 2015 and FY 2014 is 1.9 percent.

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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Russian Federation

Discover how enterprise security and intelligence solutions can influence the safety of your long term business goals by limiting the costs of cyber-attacks.

This reports show you a positive relationship between the time to contain an attack and organizational cost. The average time to resolve a cyber-attack was 32 days, with an average cost to participating organizations of RUB 14.2 million during this 32-day period. Results show that malicious insider attacks can take approximately 57 days on average to contain. Learn more and draw important conclusions for the safety of your organization.

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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Germany

Discover how your enterprise security expenditures can be affected by cyber crime attacks and how you can prepare your organization to properly address these issues.

The 5 internal cost activities include:

• Detection: Enabling an organization to reasonably detect cyber attacks.
• Investigation and escalation: Activities necessary to uncover the source, scope, and magnitude of incidents.
• Containment: Activities that focus on stopping the severity of cyber threats.
• Recovery: Repairing and remediating business process activities.
• Ex-post response: How to minimize potential future attacks.

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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Japan

Discover how you can improve your enterprise security by better understanding the cost of cyber crime. It can help you determine the appropriate amount of investment and resources needed to prevent or mitigate the consequences of a cyber attack.

The number of cyber attacks against Japanese companies continues to grow in frequency and severity. This year, cyber attacks successfully targeted various universities including Ehime University, the University of Yamanashi, Fukuoka University and others. SMBC Nikko Securities, Inc. also suffered an attack that disrupted access to its web services.

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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: Australia

Discover the current state of enterprise security and draw important conclusions from the total costs organizations incur when responding to cyber crime incidents.

According to the Australian Signals Directorate, the most commonly targeted sectors are banking and finance, resources and energy, defense capability and telecommunications. Last year, the Australian government opened the Australian Cyber Security Centre to co-locate defense intelligence agencies, the Attorney-General and the Australian Federal Police cyber units.

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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: United Kingdom

Discover how you can use enterprise security intelligence in a war against cyber crime and lower the cost of disruption in your business processes.

This analysis report contains strategic key findings, including:

• Cyber crimes continue to be very costly.
• Cyber crime cost varies by organisational size.
• All industries fall victim to cybercrime, but to different degrees.
• The most costly cyber crimes are those caused by denial of services, malicious insiders and web-based attacks
• Recovery and detection are the most costly internal activities.

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2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: United States

Discover how you can improve enterprise security with knowledge on what a successful cyber attack can cost your organization.

The number of cyber attacks against US companies continues to grow in frequency and severity. Recent cyber attacks include Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, United Airlines and American Airlines. The Office of Personnel Management sustained an attack that resulted in the theft of information about more than 4.2 million federal employees and attacks against the Internal Revenue Service resulted in the theft of personal information about more than 100,000 taxpayers.

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Protection from the Inside: Application Security Methodologies Compared

Applications are a primary target for cyber attacks. Historically, Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) have been a popular choice for protecting production applications from attack. But they have their limitations, and advice on how to bypass a WAF is readily available. Learn how context from within the application allows Runtime Application Self-protection (RASP) to provide additional protection using visibility into application configuration, logic and data flows. In this paper, the SANS Institute captures the relative capabilities and efficiencies of RASP and WAF technologies using a representative product in each category. Learn how your defense-in-depth strategy could benefit from the additional visibility of runtime protection.
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Work Smarter, Not Harder, To Secure Your Applications

The most recent HP Security Cyber Risk Report revealed that vulnerabilities in production software are still pervasive. Finding software vulnerabilities is only part of the battle; actually fixing those vulnerabilities can sometimes be an elusive goal, especially when you lack access to the code. Using Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) as a virtual patch can simplify your application security, enabling protection for your production application vulnerabilities while you remediate the issues – or indefinitely if you choose. This paper features Maverick research from Gartner analyst, Joseph Feiman.

This white paper tells you what you need to do to stay out of cyber security attack. Read it to understand:

• Seismic shift toward application security
• Critical differentiator for RASP – access to the code
• Stop protecting your apps – time for apps to protect themselves
• The technologies that can help

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ESG Brief: The ESG Cybersecurity Maturity Model

How does your cyber security program compare to other companies? Where do your security people, processes, and technology place you among peer organizations? And more important, what should be your next steps to improve your program?

Based on their research, Enterprise Strategy Group has developed a cyber security maturity model that classifies organizations as basic, progressing, or advanced. Read this report to learn:

• The security philosophy exhibited by basic, progressing, and advanced organizations
• How organizations at each level of maturity apply people and technology
• The characteristics of security processes found at each maturity level
• The recommended advancement steps for organizations at each level

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State of security operations: 2015 report of capabilities and maturity of cyber defense organizations

Your ability to detect and stop cyber attacks depends on the effectiveness of your security operations team. How does yours stack up to the best? And what should you do to improve?

HPE Security Intelligence and Operations Consulting has assessed the capabilities of 87 security operations centers worldwide. This updated 2015 report bring you the latest information. Read it to learn:

• The latest trends in security defenses and operations
• The attributes of the most effective organizations
• The point at which enhanced process maturity actually degrades effectiveness
• How companies featured in case studies have improved—or degraded—their capabilities

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Internet of Things Security Study: Home Security Systems Report

Home security and remote monitoring systems are one of the immediate applications for the Internet of Things (IoT). They can alert you to fires and intrusions, provide a reassuring view inside your home, and let you control your home systems remotely. But could they—and other IoT applications—open your home to hackers?

A new study by Hewlett Packard Enterprise Security, "Internet of Things Security Study: Home Security Systems Report," uses HPE Fortify on Demand to explore the cyber security features of 10 leading systems. You need to understand the results if you are considering a home security system—or any of the IoT applications coming down the pike. Read the report to learn the glaring security problems found in almost all systems tested.

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Unlikely Partnerships

Agile development organizations often see application security considerations as impediments to the rapid release cycles they strive for. But releasing software with vulnerabilities opens the door to hackers and puts the entire business at risk. How do you develop an application security program that protects the business without impacting time to market?

This white paper explores the tension between development and security teams and proposes an approach to building security into the software development lifecycle. Read it to learn:

• The five elements needed to build security into the development process
• How to use automated security scanning to make application security more reliable and efficient
• How HP Fortify can help you get started quickly

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TP ATA Network World QuickPulse

A new survey from IDG Research Services tells the story: most organizations lack confidence in the ability of their security defenses to keep them safe. In fact, more than half said 100% security is a pipe dream. This summary by Network World lays out the facts but also presents an approach to detect malware and prevent it from spreading throughout the network.

Read the summary to learn:

• How respondents view their security measures
• Why a layered approach to security is now necessary
• How HP TippingPoint Advanced Threat Appliance "detonates" suspicious files or malware in a safe sandbox environment to stop it before it can spread

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