Data exfiltration tops the list of concerns for many CISOs today.
Recent research from IDC predicts that worldwide spending on security-related hardware, software and services will reach almost $120 billion by 2021. Despite the overall increase in spending (over 10% increase from 2017), this research also indicates that many trusted brands report being hit with significant breaches nearly every day.
Organizations must adapt their enterprise security approaches in order detect malware and data exfiltration, or data theft attacks early. Many organizations worldwide still rely on pattern matching and other traditional approaches to detect data exfiltration, which alone has proven to be inadequate when faced with multiple pathway scenarios used by modern attackers.
This research paper examines trends in the cybersecurity market related to data exfiltration, malware, and other types of cyberattacks. It also addresses specific challenges that many organizations face as a result of these growing threats. Finally, it identifies solutions and best practices driven by IDC's research that can help enterprises proactively protect against advanced malware and data exfiltration.
This cybersecurity research paper:
- Examines the latest research from IDC and trends in the cybersecurity market
- Addresses challenges related to malware, data exfiltration and other threats
- Identifies solutions and best practices on how to prevent data exfiltration
Complete the form to download the paper and to learn how to proactively protect your enterprise's network from data exfiltration and the spread of malware.