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"Cybercrime damages will cost the world $6 trillion globally by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015"

"Global spending on cybersecurity products and services will exceed $1 trillion cumulatively from 2017-2021"

"The cybersecurity market is growing by 12-15% year-over-year"

"There will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2021, up from 1 million positions in 2014"

"Global ransomware damages will cost the world $11.5 billion by 2019, up from $325 million in 2015"

"There will be a ransomware attack on a business every 14 seconds by 2019, up from every 40 seconds in 2016"

"Global healthcare cybersecurity spending will exceed $65 billion cumulatively from 2017 to 2021"

"Ransomware attacks on healthcare organizations are predicted to quadruple by 2020"

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Cybercrime Magazine's Cybersecurity 500 List, 2018 Edition

Meet the world’s hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies to watch in 2018. Press Release

The top 40 are shown below. See the full list on

  1. Herjavec Group, Toronto, Canada—Information Security Services
  2. KnowBe4, Clearwater, FL—Security Awareness Training
  3. CyberArk, Petach-Tikva, Israel—Privileged Access Security
  4. Raytheon Cyber, Waltham, MA—Cyber Security Services
  5. Cisco, San Jose,CA—Threat Protection & Network Security
  6. IBM Security, Waltham,MA—Enterprise IT Security Solutions
  7. Microsoft, Redmond,WA—Datacenter to Endpoint Protection
  8. Amazon Web Services, Seattle, WA—Cloud-Powered Security
  9. FireEye, Milpitas, CA—Advanced Threat Protection
  10. Lockheed Martin, Bethesda, MD—Cybersecurity Solutions & Services
  11. Check Point Software, Tel Aviv, Israel—Unified Threat Management
  12. RSA, Bedford, MA—Intelligence Driven Security
  13. Symantec, Mountain View, CA—Endpoint, Cloud & Mobile Security
  14. BAE Systems, Surrey, UK—Cybersecurity Risk Management
  15. Booz Allen, New York City, NY—Cybersecurity Solutions & Services
  16. Palo Alto Networks, Santa Clara, CA—Threat Detection & Prevention
  17. Rapid7, Boston, MA—Security Data & Analytics Solution
  18. Proofpoint, Sunnyvale, CA—Security-as-a-Service
  19. Splunk, San Francisco, CA—Big Data Security
  20. SecureWorks, Atlanta, GA—Managed Security Services
  21. Optiv, Denver, CO—Information Security Services
  22. Intel, Santa Clara, CA—Hardware Enabled Security
  23. Carbon Black, Waltham, MA—Endpoint & Server Security Platform
  24. KPMG, London, UK—Cyber Risk Management
  25. Northrop Grumman, McLean, VA—Cyber & Homeland Security Services
  26. Fortinet, Sunnyvale, CA—Enterprise Security Solutions
  27. Mimecast, Lexington, MA—Email Security
  28. Sophos, Abingdon, UK—Anti-Virus & Malware Protection
  29. BT, London, UK—Security & Risk Management Solutions
  30. Deloitte, New York City, NY—Global Risk Management Services
  31. Trend Micro, Tokyo, Japan—Server, Cloud, and Content Security
  32. PwC, London, UK—Cybersecurity Consulting & Advisory
  33. Accenture, New York City, NY—Enterprise Security Strategy
  34. Kaspersky Lab, Moscow, Russia—Malware & Anti-Virus Solutions
  35. Forcepoint, Austin, TX—Insider, Cloud & Network Security
  36. SonicWall, Santa Clara, CA—Network & Mobile Security
  37. Checkmarx, Tel-Aviv, Israel—Software Development Security
  38. Tenable Network Security, Columbia, MD—Vulnerability Scanning
  39. BlackBerry, Waterloo, Canada—Mobile & Data Security
  40. Avast, Prague, Czech Republic—Cyber Attack Protection

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