Security

Website Security Statistics Report 2015 Courtesy of WhiteHat Security

Provided by WhiteHat Security

Category Security

Type Analyst Report

Length 30

Publish Date May 19 2015

Date posted February 16 2016

Overview

Understanding website security and the complex issues that organizations must address in order to safely conduct business online is a must.  While no true “security best practices” exist, the key is to identify the security metrics that mean the most to your organization and focus on those activities to remediate specific vulnerabilities. Since 2006, the WhiteHat Security Statistics Report has provided organizations with an invaluable perspective on the state of website security and what organizations can do to safely conduct business online.
This invaluable report provides information about the most prevalent vulnerabilities, how many get fixed, the average time to fix them, and provides recommendations for measurably improving application security programs.
Download the 2015 Website Statistics report to gain valuable insight into website security.

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