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  • Orange Cyberdefense primary image - Orange Cyberdefense Reports Changing Trends in Cyber Extortion and Ransomware

    Orange Cyberdefense Reports Changing Trends in Cyber Extortion and Ransomware

    Ransomware and cyber extortion are not only becoming more common but more damaging to enterprises. As cyberattacks become more sophisticated, often supported by nation-states, they are leading to high-profile and embarrassing releases of customer data. Orange Cyberdefense, which held an analyst event in Antwerp, Belgium, followed a few days later by a customer and partner event in London, England at the end of November 2022, is countering these threats by providing new managed security services offerings, including increased threat intelligence, and supporting secure access service edge (SASE).

    March, 2023

  • PrimaryImage Cybersecurity Services 2022 - Cybersecurity Services 2022 RadarView™

    Cybersecurity Services 2022 RadarView™

    The Cybersecurity Services 2022 RadarView™ is designed to inform enterprises about best practices in this space and provide a relatively granular understanding of key service providers. It provides a 360-degree view of key cybersecurity services providers across practice maturity, partner ecosystem, and investments and innovation, thereby supporting enterprises in identifying the right cybersecurity services partner. The 85-page report also highlights top market trends in the cybersecurity space and Avasant’s viewpoint.

    April, 2022

  • Research Bytes - Expectations About Cyberattacks (Aug 2002)

    Expectations About Cyberattacks (Aug 2002)

    Computer Economics developed and conducted a survey on IT security perceptions, awareness, and practices during May and June of 2002. One finding is that considerably more people think that large-scale cyberattacks will be launched by terrorists than by a military.

    August, 2002