Press Release May 21, 2019: New Cybersecurity Book Features Women In The War Against Cybercrime
"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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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 cybersecurityventures.com.
- Herjavec Group, Toronto, Canada—Information Security Services
- KnowBe4, Clearwater, FL—Security Awareness Training
- CyberArk, Petach-Tikva, Israel—Privileged Access Security
- Raytheon Cyber, Waltham, MA—Cyber Security Services
- Cisco, San Jose,CA—Threat Protection & Network Security
- IBM Security, Waltham,MA—Enterprise IT Security Solutions
- Microsoft, Redmond,WA—Datacenter to Endpoint Protection
- Amazon Web Services, Seattle, WA—Cloud-Powered Security
- FireEye, Milpitas, CA—Advanced Threat Protection
- Lockheed Martin, Bethesda, MD—Cybersecurity Solutions & Services
- Check Point Software, Tel Aviv, Israel—Unified Threat Management
- RSA, Bedford, MA—Intelligence Driven Security
- Symantec, Mountain View, CA—Endpoint, Cloud & Mobile Security
- BAE Systems, Surrey, UK—Cybersecurity Risk Management
- Booz Allen, New York City, NY—Cybersecurity Solutions & Services
- Palo Alto Networks, Santa Clara, CA—Threat Detection & Prevention
- Rapid7, Boston, MA—Security Data & Analytics Solution
- Proofpoint, Sunnyvale, CA—Security-as-a-Service
- Splunk, San Francisco, CA—Big Data Security
- SecureWorks, Atlanta, GA—Managed Security Services
- Optiv, Denver, CO—Information Security Services
- Intel, Santa Clara, CA—Hardware Enabled Security
- Carbon Black, Waltham, MA—Endpoint & Server Security Platform
- KPMG, London, UK—Cyber Risk Management
- Northrop Grumman, McLean, VA—Cyber & Homeland Security Services
- Fortinet, Sunnyvale, CA—Enterprise Security Solutions
- Mimecast, Lexington, MA—Email Security
- Sophos, Abingdon, UK—Anti-Virus & Malware Protection
- BT, London, UK—Security & Risk Management Solutions
- Deloitte, New York City, NY—Global Risk Management Services
- Trend Micro, Tokyo, Japan—Server, Cloud, and Content Security
- PwC, London, UK—Cybersecurity Consulting & Advisory
- Accenture, New York City, NY—Enterprise Security Strategy
- Kaspersky Lab, Moscow, Russia—Malware & Anti-Virus Solutions
- Forcepoint, Austin, TX—Insider, Cloud & Network Security
- SonicWall, Santa Clara, CA—Network & Mobile Security
- Checkmarx, Tel-Aviv, Israel—Software Development Security
- Tenable Network Security, Columbia, MD—Vulnerability Scanning
- BlackBerry, Waterloo, Canada—Mobile & Data Security
- Avast, Prague, Czech Republic—Cyber Attack Protection