2016 Ponemon Cost of Data Breach Study
Impact of Business Continuity Management report
What the study is about
IBM is proud to sponsor the 11th annual Cost of Data Breach Study, the industry’s gold-standard benchmark research, independently conducted by Ponemon Institute.
This year’s study found the average consolidated total cost of a data breach grew from $3.8 million to $4 million. The study also reports that the average cost incurred for each lost or stolen record containing sensitive and confidential information increased from $154 to $158.
In addition to cost data, the global study puts the likelihood of a material data breach involving 10,000 lost or stolen records in the next 24 months at 26 percent.
Over a 10-month period, Ponemon Institute researchers interviewed IT, compliance and information security practitioners representing 383 organizations in 12 countries: Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, France, Brazil, Japan, Italy, India, the Arabian region (a consolidation of organizations in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia) and for the first time, South Africa.
Register to download the global report, with additional findings and the role of business continuity management in the security landscape.
Register to download a country-specific report.