Why Multi Party Losses are Greater than Single Incidents

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This whitepaper analyzes independent data gathered on over 800 multi-party cyber-incidents observed over the last decade. These so-called ‘ripple events’ are different to traditional security breaches because they don’t just impact a single organization, but spawn secondary loss events affecting thousands of organizations downstream in the supply chain.

Multi-party losses are increasing in frequency and losses incurred by these ripple events are much higher than single-party incidents.

Key takeaways of this research:

  • The median financial loss from multi-party cyber incidents is 13-times larger than losses from single-party incidents
  • Multi-party incidents are becoming more common over time
  • While the average ripple event impacts fewer than 10 firms beyond the original victim, they can swell much wider than that
  • Collection agencies, banks and lenders, credit bureaus, government offices and IT firms account for half of organizations that generate ripple events
  • SMBs are more likely to be on the receiving end of multi-party incidents originating from larger enterprises

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