2018 Report: Managing Cybersecurity

Digital technology, which has made it possible for organizations to amass vast stores of data, has also made it possible for unseen attackers to gain access to that data stealing it, rendering it unusable, holding it electronically for ransom or doing other harm. The term “cyber-attack” only appeared in 1996; by 2017, one study estimated that a typical firm experiences 130 security breaches each year.

Marsh & McLennan Agency surveyed 1,141 executives from small to middle-market organizations across North America, and found that they are clearly concerned about cyber risk — but, by their own admission, they do not have a grasp of how to protect themselves.

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