Key findings from Ponemon Institute’s ‘Cost of Cyber Crime’ studies

Neil Ford writes:

Ponemon Institute has released its 2014 Global Report on the Cost of Cyber Crime, based on regional Cost of Cyber Crime studies for 11 countries, including France, Germany and Italy. This post summarises the key findings of the European studies, and shows what you can do to protect yourself from cyber security risks using the international standard for best-practice information security management, ISO 27001. For more information on the findings, please refer to Ponemon Institute’s regional Cost of Cyber Crimestudies.

Read more on IT Governance for EU for a summary of findings in France, Germany, and Italy.

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