Cybercrime

Most Effective Security Technologies and Practices: How to Disrupt the Business of Hacking

Provided by HPE Software

Category Cybercrime

Type Analyst Report

Length 10

Publish Date April 27 2016

Date posted June 14 2016

Overview

Discover how understanding the business of hacking and how cybercriminals profit can help you develop a successful security strategy.

This report shows you: 

  • The economics behind cybercrime and why it’s so lucrative, even for petty criminals.
  • Review of the security controls organizations believe make their networks and data more secure.
  • Which technologies and practices that organizations should be concentrating on to make them a less attractive target.
  • How basic security can be very effective when it’s done consistently well.
  • How organizations can disrupt the economics of cybercrime.


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