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How Graph Technology Shines a Light on Organisational Risk

Written by DFM Team

How Graph Technology Shines a Light on Organisational Risk

Losses attributed to cybercrime are expected to reach $10.5 trillion by 2025, and thats a number growing at a rate of 15% annually. Costs include damage and destruction of data, stolen money, theft of intellectual property, personal and financial data, investigation, restoration, and more. While the digital economy is flourishing, 68% of business leaders recognise their cybersecurity risks are also increasing. It's no wonder analysts at Gartner predict the global information security market will reach $170.4 billion by 2022.

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