Roughly half of today’s internet traffic is non-human (i.e., generated by bots). While some are good—like those that crawl websites for web indexing, content aggregation, and market or pricing intelligence—others are “bad.”
This year, 82% of Radware's C-Suite Perspectives survey respondents reported a focus on automation compared to 71% who indicated the same response in 2018. What's driving the need for increased automation in cybersecurity solutions?
What does the shift in how cybersecurity is viewed by senior executives within organizations mean? To find out, Radware surveyed more than 260 executives worldwide and discovered that cybersecurity has moved well beyond the domain of the IT department and is now the direct responsibility of senior executives.
Those reporting attacks that cost 10 million USD/EUR/GBP or more almost doubled from last year — from 7% in 2018 to 13% in 2019. Half of Radware's C-Suite Perspectives survey respondents estimated that an attack cost somewhere between 500,001 and 9.9 million USD/EUR/GBP.