Infographic: HSB study shows nearly 70% of businesses experienced hacking attempts last year
Almost 70 percent of businesses were hacked in the last year, according to a survey released this week by The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company (HSB), part of Munich Re. At the same time, the survey showed more than half of risk managers don’t believe their organizations are allocating enough money or resources to preventing hacking in the future.
The Information Management Forum created an infographic illustrating some of the most pertinent statistics. For a full report of the survey statistics and accompanying charts, visit Munich Re online.
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Survey respondents are business risk managers who attended the Risk and Insurance Management Society Conference (RIMS) in New Orleans on April 27, 2015. “It is intended to represent the sentiments of 102 risk manager attendees who participated through in-person interviews, and represented small (1-99 employees), mid- (100-999 employees) and large-sized (1,000+ employees) businesses in the following industries: manufacturing/industrial; retail; financial services; government/military; medical/healthcare; and education.”