Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2022

30/03/2022 | UK Government

The latest figures published in the UK Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2022 report from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport reveal 39% of UK businesses, charities and educational institutions identified a cyber attack in the last 12 months. Of these organisations, 31% of companies and 26% of charities estimate attacks occurred weekly. The cost of attacks involving loss of money or data provides an average estimated cost of £4,200 for all cyber attacks. This amount increases to £19,400 when only considering medium and large businesses.

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