How can an organization make it difficult enough for an attacker that they dissuade or prevent an attack? Time-wise? Cost-wise? Potential profit-wise?

In Flipping the Economics of Attacks, sponsored by Palo Alto and conducted by Ponemon Institute, threat experts in the United States, United Kingdom and Germany were surveyed about what motivates attackers. The research revealed that most attackers are in it for the money.

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