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The latest E-mail Security Report of mimecast, based on the research of more than 1200 it and network security practitioners, shows that enterprises will face unprecedented network security risks in 2020. The impact of blackmail software was as high as 61%, up 20% from last year’s report, while 79% said their company suffered business interruption, financial loss or other setbacks due to lack of network preparation in 2020.
Companies affected by blackmail software lost an average of six working days of system downtime, and 37% said the downtime lasted for a week or more. More than half (52%) of software blackmail victims paid the threat’s ransom request, but only two-thirds (66%) of them were able to recover their data. The remaining one-third (34%) did not see their data despite paying ransom.
Other findings included that eight out of 10 companies increased their use of e-mail, while 47% of respondents said they saw an increase in e-mail fraud. 71% said they were concerned about the risks of archived conversations in collaboration tools.
40% of respondents said that their organization has deficiencies in one or more key areas of e-mail security, exposing employees to phishing, malware, commercial e-mail leaks and other attacks. In addition, 43% of employees said that their lack of awareness of network security was one of their biggest weaknesses.
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