3 Ways to Avoid $3-5M in Data Breach Costs


Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | 2pm ET

Detect and resolve a cyber attack in less than 24 hours

Enterprises rely on a range of cybersecurity solutions to keep their networks safe. But even the most expensive security solutions in the market today still miss critical incidents, whether it’s custom malware used by sophisticated hackers, or commodity malware that slips through the cracks.

Every day that a compromise goes undetected, an organization’s overall risks and costs increase.  In 2019, the average data breach lifecycle lasted 280 days and cost $3.8M.*  That’s an average cost of $13,786/day.

Once you discover you’ve been attacked, it may be too late  

When it comes to a data breach, time is of the essence. Early detection is essential. There is a critical period when you can make a difference and limit your exposure by lowering your mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR).

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • How to reduce dwell time by detecting and resolving a cyber attack in less than 24 hours reducing the data breach lifecycle by up to 99%, by using a new high fidelity source of data called cyber adversary intelligence.
  • See a real-world example of a preempted ransomware (Ryuk) deployment from an actual TrickBot victim.
  • How using Cyber Adversary Intelligence can prevent you from becoming a data breach victim in 3 ways:
    1. Reducing Time-to-Detect:  See attacks early in your environment and in your supply chain.
    2. Reducing Dwell-Time: Get immediately notified when there is malware in your environment or outside your network in a third-party.
    3. Quick Response and Remediation:  Quickly respond to incidents with rich telemetry data that includes time stamp history, infected IPs, malware and threat actor detail.


Karim Hijazi


Karim Hijazi is the founder and CEO of Prevailion, a cyber intelligence company. Karim’s previous cybersecurity startup, Unveillance, was acquired by Mandiant (now FireEye) in 2012. He’s worked closely with the US intelligence community, and specializes in adversary intelligence, cyber threat analysis and cybersecurity innovation.

*Source:  Average data breach costs by industry in IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Report 2020

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