In-house teams have faced enormous pressure over the last two years—new ways of working, exposure to a host of rising risks, and growing demand for legal, investigation, and compliance services. They have adapted, they’ve overcome, and yet they are still feeling growing pressure to deliver more with the same or even fewer resources. With resources already stretched thin, that is simply not tenable for many teams—that is, not without an ace in the hole.
The average cost of a data breach was up in 2021 by 10 percent to the tune of $4.24 million, an all-time high. Meanwhile, corporate cyberattacks increased by a record 50 percent in 2021. To help ensure your company stays out of the headlines, it’s important to understand the factors driving these growing threats.
It’s important to periodically check in and see how the investigations practice is changing, what tools are being employed now, and what kinds of solutions might be just around the corner. Check out the infographic in this blog post for a quick rundown of the tools and practices every investigation team needs to meet the current state of investigations.
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