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Ponemon Institute 2013 Cost of Failed Trust Report: Threats & Attacks

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Every enterprise is potentially risking upwards of $400 million from attacks against cryptographic keys and digital certificates—yet few enterprises are managing these critical resources.

For the first time, Ponemon Institute has quantified the staggering costs of failures in cryptographic key and digital certificate management. The “2013 Annual Cost of Failed Trust Report”, underwritten by Venafi, reveals findings such as:

  1. Hundreds of millions lost due to failure to control trust
  2. Serious exploits of common, easy-to-fix issues
  3. Clear and present danger to the cloud
  4. Gaps that manual management cannot close
  5. General understanding that things must change

 

 

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