Friday, 28 April 2017

FTSE Share Prices Suffer As Cyber Attacks Cost Global Investors £42bn

The permanent cost of a breach is equivocal to 1.8% of company value, which would cost FTSE 100 firms a loss of £120 million in market capitalisation. The study shows that investors have already lost at least £42 billion due to public domain cyber security incidents since just 2013.

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ORIGINAL SOURCE: CBR

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