The True Cost of a Security Breach

The True Cost of a Security Breach

When a security incident occurs, it often results in a host of unexpected costs for the impacted organization. Those expenses may include the cost to hire a third-party digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) firm, the cost to remediate the incident, and the cost of new cybersecurity protections. But the true cost of a breach doesn’t stop there.

This report examines the long-term cost and financial impact of six major data breaches to show the end-to-end material impact that cyberattacks can have on an organization.

View the report to get:

  • A clearer and more accurate picture of the true cost and impact of a security breach, based on six case examples;
  • Charts that show the impact of breaches on corporate earnings and stock prices;
  • An understanding of how these breaches occurred and how to stop similar breaches in the future.

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