Forbes June 13, 2024
Forrester

Cybersecurity breaches are still on the rise, impacting organizations of all sizes, sectors, regions, and industries. Despite continued investments in security technologies, processes, and resources, the ever-increasing complexity of cyberthreats continues to challenge even the most robust security teams.

Tech execs should use lessons learned from the top 100 cybersecurity breaches in 2023 to tighten their practices in their security programs to avoid befalling similar issues. Forrester found that:

  • For many breaches, the root cause remains a mystery or is never publicly revealed. Among the most startling revelation from our research is the high number of breaches where the root cause remains unknown. This trend is especially prevalent in APAC, where breach notification laws and practices are still developing,...

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