After a spate of high-profile attacks including the current disruptor Log4j and years of metrics trending in the wrong direction, the cybersecurity industry must come to terms with the fact that something is fundamentally broken. The statistics don't paint a pretty picture. By the end of the third quarter, the number of data breaches was 17% higher in 2021 than the previous year. The manufacturing and utilities sector was affected the most, followed by healthcare, which saw more than 40 million patient records breached. Ransomware attacks are also seeing a precipitous rise, having earned an estimated $590 million in the first half of 2021, which already surpasses 2020's total estimated earnings of $416 million … (Read the Full Article)


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