“Internet-based business disruptions triggered by worms and viruses are costing companies an average of nearly $2-million in lost revenue per incident, market researcher Aberdeen said on Tuesday,” CNET reports.
“Out of 162 companies contacted, 84 per cent said their business operations have been disrupted and disabled by Internet security events during the last three years. Though the average rate of business operations disruption was one incident per year, about 15 per cent of the surveyed companies said their operations had been halted and disabled more than seven times over a three-year period,” CNET reports.
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