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Winning the War on Ransomware

Many industries now consider ransomware to be the top threat they face. How did we get to this point and how can organizations arm themselves to fight back? This stylish and shareable infographic makes it easy to understand and communicate the perilous prospect of ransomware simple, while offering practical countermeasures for staying secure against the mounting risk of data kidnapping.

Why Modern Cybercrime is the Perfect Storm

This slick new interactive infographic - titled "Modern Cybercrime: The Perfect Storm" - distills the key attributes of cybercrime and offers a valuable resource that you can bookmark and share within your organization to help grow knowledge and drive awareness.

The Cybersecurity Skills Crisis in Numbers

Too many threats… too few professionals. That’s the key point an ISACA infographic drives home about the cybersecurity skills crisis. It notes that 83% of enterprises currently lack the right skills and human resources to protect their IT assets.

What You Can Buy for the Same Cost as Malware

Did you know that a new smartphone costs less than a remote access Trojan? It's true. The price of malware on the black market has dipped so low that it rivals many of the common consumer goods and services we buy every day. That’s bad news for businesses that need to defend against malware-induced data theft. This new infographic will illustrate just how affordable malware is.

The State of Application Security in One Digestible View

Adequately protecting applications remains a rampant security pressure point for most organizations. Part of the problem is awareness to the extent of the threat. That's why we decided to create a visually engaging infographic – titled "Applications Under Duress: How Well Do You Test Your Apps?" - which paints the picture of application security.

Infographic: New Data Reveals Extent of the Malware Problem

Ever have one of those days as a security professional where you feel as if you're getting hit from every direction? The truth is, you probably are – and you're not alone. New findings from an Osterman Research survey show that organizations are showing little, if any, improvement in deterring malware from entering their organization.

Infographic: Finding Big Benefits in Big Data

You have a huge amount of information living in and across your systems – structured data, unstructured data, sensitive data, compliant data, and more. From enterprise databases to Facebook posts, what if you could take your data in all its various forms, apply the right analytics to it, and then use it to better secure your business, become more efficient, and even drive more revenue as a result of that knowledge?

Infographic: The High Cost of BYOD

Businesses today are embracing BYOD, and mobile applications are becoming the preferred platform for users and customers to access data and even conduct transactions.

Infographic: Keep the Bad Stuff Out, Keep the Good Stuff In

During the past year, 90% of organizations experienced the loss of sensitive or confidential documents, whether through a breach, or through a compromised or careless employee. And customer records made up 98% of the data exposed - everything from credit card numbers to personally identifiable information.

Infographic: Uneducated Employees and Their Seven Deadly Sins

Organizations that do not invest in security education for their employees put themselves at risk. In investigations of more than 300 security breaches worldwide, Trustwave found that an overwhelming 87 percent of businesses that had been breached did not have security policies, including security awareness education programs, in place. Today’s organizations also experience an average of 14.4 incidents a year of unintentional data loss through employee negligence. In this Infographic, Trustwave highlights the risk of uneducated employees and their seven deadly sins.

Survey Infographic: Discussions from Black Hat 2012

It’s one of the most pressing questions in the information security industry: Red Bull or Mountain Dew? Through a survey of more than 435 Black Hat attendees last week, Trustwave identified that Red Bull is the favorite with 55 percent of those who were at the show. On a more serious note, the survey identified what concerns security professionals most such as unwitting employees and targeted malware. Trustwave published the survey results as an infographic, along with some other information that you may find interesting.