By the Numbers: Cybersecurity

In September, Keeper Security released its second annual U.S. Cybersecurity Census, polling 516 information-technology decision-makers at U.S. companies. Here are some key findings.


Percentage of U.S. businesses subjected to more than 250 attacks annually, while 12% experience more than 500 attacks per year.


Percentage of respondents saying it’s now taking longer to identify and respond to cyberattacks, with the rise of remote work among several factors. Only 8% say responses are getting faster.


Percentage of respondents who admit to being aware of a cyberattack but having kept it to themselves, often because IT leaders fear professional consequences for disclosing attacks.


Percentage of respondents expecting both total cyberattacks and successful attacks to increase in the next year; the same figure expects cyberattacks to increase but successful attacks to remain flat. . .


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