What is Cyber ​​Security?


Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks. These cyberattacks usually aim to access, modify or destroy sensitive information; Extorting money from users or disrupting normal business processes are the main targets of cyber attackers. Implementing effective cybersecurity measures is particularly difficult today because there are more devices than humans and attackers are becoming more innovative.
Infosim provides services to its customers not only with defensive products such as Firewall and Antivirus, but also with Artificial Intelligence (AI) based offensive security products that can respond to all these threats and needs in the field of cyber security.
There are many important issues for cybersecurity, which are covered in more detail below. Here you can see statistics that give a good idea of ​​the cybersecurity space as a whole and the overall impact of cyber attacks.

  1. It is estimated that cyber security expenditures worldwide will reach 133.7 billion dollars in 2022. (Gartner)

  2. 62% of businesses experienced phishing and social engineering attacks in 2018. (Cybint Solutions)

  3. 68% of business leaders think cybersecurity risks have increased. (Accenture)

  4. On average, only 5% of company folders are properly protected. (Varonis)

  5. Data breaches broke a record 4.1 billion in the first half of 2019. (RiskBased)

  6. 71% of the breaches were motivated financially and 25% due to espionage. (Verizon)

  7. 52% of breaches involved hacking, 28% malware, and 32-33% phishing or social engineering. (Verizon)

  8. Between January 1, 2005 and April 18, 2018, there were 8,854 recorded violations. (ID Theft Resource Center)

  9. While overall ransomware infections decreased by 52%, institutional infections increased by 12% in 2018. (Symantec)

  10. The most used malicious email attachment types are .doc and .dot, which account for 37%, with .exe the next highest at 19.5%. (Symantec)

  11. By 2020, the estimated number of passwords used by humans and machines worldwide will increase to 300 billion. (Cybersecurity Media)