Oct 30, 2017

Report: Healthcare Organizations Spend $12.5 Million a Year on Cybersecurity | Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology

Cybercrime is costing businesses, on average, $11.7 million a year, a 23 percent increase from $9.5 million in cybercrime-related spending last year, according to the Ponemon Institute’s Cost of Cybercrime Study.

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