BAE Systems 2019 
Incident Response Report

Why Ignoring Incident Response Could Spell Disaster
Human error remains a primary contributor to cyber security risk
BAE Systems recently conducted a survey of global enterprises on incident response, and found that human error is a major contributing factor to cyber breaches. While threats evolve and grow in volume, lack of awareness and limited training for employees expose organisations to increased risk.
More organisations are now concentrating on implementing incident response capabilities prior to a cyber breach. However, challenges still remain, including:
  • An increase in the number of cyber incidents
  • The continued evolutions of the threats facing organisations
  • Organisations are not fully prepared to respond to these threats
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2018 saw an unprecedented volume of data breaches in both the public and private sector. In some cases, these breaches had gone undetected for years, resulting in significant reputational and financial loss.
Review the results of our 2019 Incident Response Survey and our recommendations to drive incident response improvements for your business.

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7000 referrals of potential human trafficking victims made in UK to National Referral Mechanism last year. 80% rise since 2016.
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of businesses admit that cyber attacks cost up to $1,310,000
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Instead, most financial crime professionals want to explore an independent testing service that simulates fincrime typologies with synthetic data.

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