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Visibility + Innovation = Actionable Threat Intelligence

The threat intelligence and research team at Fortinet is comprised of very experienced threat hunters, researchers, analysts, engineers, and data scientists. Consequently, Fortinet security products are armed with the best threat identification and protection information available, including the latest threats, campaigns, bad actors, and trends. This threat research allows our customers to take proactive measures to better secure their organizations.

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  • Blogs
  • Threat signals
  • Playbooks
  • Zero-day research
  • Threat intelligence briefs
  • Threat reports
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Cyber Threat Predictions for 2021 FortiGuard Labs provides predictions of the challenges that organizations need to be prepared to defend against.

Threat Intelligence Industry Leadership

FortiGuard Labs believes that sharing intelligence and working with other threat intelligence organizations improves protection for customers and enhances the effectiveness of the entire cybersecurity industry. Our leadership helps take the fight to our adversaries and produces a more successful disruption model by leveraging these relationships. Partner highlights include:

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The partnership links below give a more detailed look into the work we’ve been doing and the advancements these partnerships have provided to the threat intelligence industry.

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  • Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP)
  • Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA)
  • MITRE Engenuity Center for Threat Informed Defense
  • Interpol
  • NATO NCI Agency
  • World Economic Forum (WEF)

Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP)

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FortiGuard Labs Projects

Zero-Day Research Program – Over 1,000 Zero Days Discovered in 16 Years

Fortinet performs security research on a variety of non-Fortinet products and services with the aim to identify potential security threats. The Fortinet research team is part of FortiGuard Labs, which creates the security service that powers Fortinet solutions. The security research achievements help to protect customers, companies, and the general public. FortiGuard Labs creates virtual patches via IPS to protect customers prior to patches being available when the vulnerability is still in a zero-day state.

Fortinet is committed to a responsible disclosure process that allows impacted companies an opportunity to fix the issue, while also increasing consumer protection by blocking exploits against unpatched security vulnerabilities.

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Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA)

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FortiGuard Labs Projects

Magellan CTI Platform —Co-developed, full STIXv2 platform to enable the secure sharing/exchange of threat intelligence among CTA members.

Partnership Timeline

  • 2014 – Co-founded the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA)
  • 2015– CryptoWall 3.0 whitepaper released, disrupts gang
  • 2016 – 6 members
  • 2017 – CTA formed as non-profit, expands to 11 members
  • 2018 – 20 members
  • 2019 – Magellan platform launched, expands to 25 members
  • 2020 – 30 members
  • 2021 – 34 members
  • 2022 – 35 members

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FortiGuard Labs Projects

STIX/TAXII participated in the original development of the protocols used to securely transmit threat intelligence related data.

Partnership Timeline

  • 2013 – Contributed to the development of the v1 STIX/TAXII protocols with MITRE as it was pioneered, before moving to OASIS
  • 2015 – Continued to work with OASIS on the CTI Technical Committee for further development and adoption of STIX/TAXII
  • 2020 – Joined the MITRE Engenuity CTID (Center for Threat Informed Defense)

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MITRE Engenuity Center for Threat Informed Defense

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FortiGuard Labs Projects

ATT&CK Sightings Ecosystem


FortiGuard Threat Intelligence Insider – the industry’s first working implementation/model of the ATT&CK Sightings Ecosystem. This provides Fortinet customers with a heatmap analysis of the most active TTPs according to the ATT&CK framework, prevalence, or by industry.

Partnership Timeline

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FortiGuard Labs Projects

The Exploit Prediction Scoring System (EPSS)is an open, data-driven effort for estimating the likelihood (probability) that a software vulnerability will be exploited in the wild. Its goal is to assist network defenders in better prioritizing vulnerability remediation efforts in conjunction with an existing CVSS score.Read the blog

Partnership Timeline:

  • 2012 – Became member of the computer incident response organization FIRST
  • 2021 – Joined EPSS SIG

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Cybercrime Threat Response

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FortiGuard Labs Projects

Project Gateway

INTERPOL Global Cybercrime Expert Group (IGCEG)

Project MIKE, Operation Cyclone, Cyber SURGE (Various)

Partnership Timeline

  • 2015 – Inaugural meeting of Global Expert Group at new INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation
  • 2016 – Project “Mike” – Arrest of $60M USD BEC ring through IGCEG
  • 2017 – Cybercrime operation in ASEAN region, identified nearly 9,000 command and control servers
  • 2018 – Fortinet signs Threat Information Sharing Agreement on Project Gateway
  • 2021 – Fortinet featured at INTERPOL’s First Global Conference on Ransomware
  • 2021 – Operation Cyclone takedown on CL0P ransomware with Fortinet contributions, $500M USD attributed to gang

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FortiGuard Labs Projects


Partnership Timeline

  • 2016 – NATO signs cyber partnership with Fortinet
  • 2022 – FortiGuard Labs participates in NATO Locked Shields

Agreement with Fortinet

The agreement with Fortinet boosts two-way information sharing, in particular on cyberthreat intelligence. This is often a high impact and efficient way to enhance cyber resilience and mitigate vulnerability to attack. Some of the expectations of this initiative are:

  • Improve cyber defense in NATO’s defense supply chain
  • Facilitate participation of industry organizations in multinational Smart Defense projects
  • Improve sharing of expertise, information, and experience of operating under the constant threat of cyberattack, including information on threats and vulnerabilities, e.g., malware information sharing
  • Raise awareness and improve the understanding of cyber risks
  • Leverage private sector developments for capability development
  • Generate efficient and adequate support in case of cyber incidents

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World Economic Forum (WEF)

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FortiGuard Labs Projects

Centre for Cybersecurity (C4C)

Partnership Against Cybercrime (PAC)

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Cybercrime ATLAS Project
FortiGuard Labs leading pilot project
Public/private sector mix
Map cybercriminal ecosystem
Universal taxonomy
Measure efforts vs. disruption
Bridge between technical private sector and public

Partnership Timeline

  • 2018 – Co-founded the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurity
  • 2020 – Joined thePartnership Against CybercrimeProject
  • 2020 – Co-authored and publishedWEF PAC Report
  • 2021 – Launched Cybercrime ATLAS Project under the PAC

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In-depth research for security professionals on new malware and variants, zero-day exploits, targeted systems, and critical vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild. They include detailed analysis of the malware/vulnerability/exploit, the impact of the situation, mitigation suggestions, and any Fortinet product-based protections that are available.


Threat Signals provide insight on emerging issues within the threat landscape. They offer technical details about the issue, mitigation recommendations, and a perspective from the FortiGuard Labs team in an FAQ format.


Researchers proactively analyze third-party products and software applications for weaknesses and exploitable vulnerabilities. When a vulnerability is found, the team creates protective measures and updates the appropriate elements of the Fortinet Security Fabric. FortiGuard Labs is an industry leader in zero-day discoveries with over 1,000 vulnerabilities discovered to date.


FortiGuard Labs uses its industry-leading global infrastructure of threat sensors, honeypots, and collectors to provide a weekly recap of the incidents and threats trending in cyberspace.


Threat experts from FortiGuard Labs provide insight and commentary on trending threat intelligence issues and the ever-evolving cyber threat landscape.


Experts from FortiGuard Labs discuss topical and trending cybersecurity subjects, providing insight from their back-end intelligence operations and the extensive experience of the team.

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Why FortiGuard Labs

What sets apart the FortiGuard Labs team from others? Three key differentiators: 1) breadth of visibility into the threat landscape, 2) ground-breaking use of innovation, and 3) rapid delivery of actionable threat intelligence to the Fortinet Security Fabric. Some specifics:

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  • Telemetrygathered from millions of Fortinet sensors (5.6M+ devices deployed globally) give FortiGuard Labs visibility into the actual real-world threats our customers face and covers threats found in the network, endpoint, IoT devices, in emails, applications, and web threat vectors.
  • TheFortinet Distribution Networkis an innovative bi-directional network that both collects telemetry threat data from Fortinet and was also designed to efficiently distribute actionable security protection updates to the Fortinet Security Fabric components deployed in customer networks around the world several times each day.
  • Zero-day researchdemonstrates the effectiveness of our research and provides proactive analysis and actionable intelligence on discovered vulnerabilities before they become discovered exploits. The 900+ vulnerabilities discovered so far set us apart from of our competitors.
  • Our industry and information-sharing leadership comes out of our early use of AI and the belief that sharing intelligence with other threat intelligence organizations improves protection for customers as well as the effectiveness of the entire cybersecurity industry.


  • Co-founded the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) in 2014
  • Co-founder of the World Economic Forum’s Center for Cybersecurity created in 2018
  • Member of the computer incident response organization FIRST since 2012
  • Contributor to the development of STIX/TAXII protocols, as well as the MISP platform. Receives and processes over 200 individual sources of threat intelligence from partners

Independent Third-party Validation

Tests by independent third parties provide a critical and impartial measure of the quality of a product, and a reliable reference for customers making a purchase decision. Fortinet is committed to participation in unbiased credible testing so customers can see how Fortinet solutions compare to other vendors and select the solution that best meets their needs.

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How much does a threat intelligence platform cost? ›

How much does a threat intelligence platform cost? Standalone threat intelligence can range from $1,500-10,000+, depending on the number of users and volume of data.

What is ATP FortiGate? ›

Advanced Threat Protection and Intelligence | Fortinet.

What is the purpose of FortiGuard labs? ›

FortiGuard Labs is the threat intelligence and research organization at Fortinet. Its mission is to provide Fortinet customers with the industry's best threat intelligence designed to protect them from malicious activity and sophisticated cyberattacks.

What is FortiGuard in FortiGate firewall? ›

FortiGuard Security Services is a suite of market-leading, AI-enabled security capabilities providing application Content, Web, Device, and User security that continuously assesses the risks and automatically adjusts the Fortinet Security Fabric and ecosystem.

What makes a good threat intelligence platform? ›

Key features in a top threat intelligence platform include the consolidation of threat intelligence feeds from multiple sources, automated identification and containment of new attacks, security analytics, and integration with other security tools like SIEM, next-gen firewalls (NGFW) and EDR.

What is the difference between ATP and ASP? ›

ATP (Adenosine tri-phosphate) is an important molecule found in all living things. Think of it as the “energy currency” of the cell. If a cell needs to spend energy to accomplish a task, the ATP molecule splits off one of its three phosphates, becoming ADP (Adenosine di-phosphate) + phosphate.

Is Microsoft ATP free? ›

The new Microsoft Defender for Endpoint standalone retail cost via CSP is $5.20/mo per user for up to 5 machines.

What is the difference between Azure ATP and defender ATP? ›

While Azure ATP monitors the traffic on your domain controllers, Windows Defender ATP monitors your endpoints, together providing a single interface from which you can protect your environment.”

How do I pass FortiGuard? ›

How to Bypass FortiGuard Web Filtering Using a VPN. To unblock your network and access blocked websites such as Facebook and SoundCloud, just install a VPN app on your device. You'll get a secure, encrypted tunnel between the VPN server and your device.

Why is FortiGuard blocking my website? ›

This is possible for the FortiGuard web filter to categorize a web site in the wrong category. The Web-filtering log will contain the URL and the IP address that the users have visited. In some cases, a website is blocked in FortiGate as it is categorized under incorrect category.

How do I get rid of FortiGuard? ›

How to remove/uninstall Fortinet on windows
  1. Open a command console (with elevated privileges / administrator)
  2. Paste the command: "wmic product where" name like 'Forti %%' "call uninstall / nointeractive"
  3. Press enter.
  4. The PC will restart and the FortiClient garbage will not be.
8 Oct 2019

How much does FortiGuard cost? ›

Fortinet Fortigate Firewall Pricing for Budgetary Cost Planning
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What is difference between Fortinet and FortiGate? ›

Initially the FortiGate was a physical, rack-mounted product but later became available as a virtual appliance that could run on virtualization platforms such as VMware vSphere. Fortinet later merged its network security offerings, including firewalls, anti-spam and anti-virus software, into one product.

Why is FortiGate the best firewall? ›

That's due to the FortiGate patented security processing unit (SPU) architecture, which extends across the entire product line. It ensures the highest price-performance in the industry, enabling superior security and inspection services for advanced traffic management.

What are the 3 types of threat intelligence data? ›

Building an effective cyber threat intelligence program requires a comprehensive view of the threat landscape your organization is facing. Depending on why it's collected and what information it yields, the umbrella of threat intelligence can be divided into three major pillars: strategic, operational, and tactical.

What are 4 methods of threat detection? ›

Generally, all threat detection falls into four major categories: Configuration, Modeling, Indicator, and Threat Behavior. There is no best type of threat detection. Each category can support different requirements and approaches depending on the business requirement.

What are the three key elements of threat intelligence? ›

Three Key Elements that a modern CTI program includes:

Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) ensure security teams detect and respond faster to emerging threats.

What are the six 6 common types of threats? ›

The six types of security threat
  • Cybercrime. Cybercriminals' principal goal is to monetise their attacks. ...
  • Hacktivism. Hacktivists crave publicity. ...
  • Insiders. ...
  • Physical threats. ...
  • Terrorists. ...
  • Espionage.
25 Mar 2015

What are the top 5 major threats to cybersecurity? ›

Top 5 most common cyber threats to watch out for today
  1. Social engineering attacks (or phishing) ...
  2. Ransomware. ...
  3. Mobile security attacks. ...
  4. Remote working risks. ...
  5. Identity-based cloud security threats.
5 Jul 2022

What are the 5 best methods used for cyber security? ›

10 steps to an effective approach to cyber security
  • Risk management regime. ...
  • Secure configuration. ...
  • Network security. ...
  • Managing user privileges. ...
  • User education and awareness. ...
  • Incident management. ...
  • Malware prevention. ...
  • Monitoring.

Which is better ATP or ADP? ›

ADP is adenosine diphosphate. ADP is important for releasing and storing energy within an organism.
1.It contains three-terminal phosphate groups.1.It contains only two phosphate groups.
2. ATP is a higher energy form.2. ADP is a lower energy form.
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Why is ATP better than ADP? ›

ATP (adenosine triphosphate) stores more energy than ADP (adenosine diphosphate). ATP has three phosphate groups with high energy bonds located between each group. ADP has only two phosphate groups. ADP also has high energy bonds located between each group.

How is ATP different than ADP? ›

Both ATP and ADP are composed of a ribose sugar, adenosine, and phosphate groups. ATP molecule is composed of three phosphate molecules while ADP is composed of two phosphate molecules. The main difference between ATP and ADP is the number of phosphate molecules in each type of nucleotide.

What replaced Microsoft ATP? ›

Microsoft Defender for Identity notifications in Microsoft 365 Defender.

How do I bypass Microsoft ATP? ›

To bypass ATP Attachment Processing, set up the following mail flow rule:
  1. Go to your MS Exchange/Office Admin Center and click "Mail Flow"
  2. Click the "+" and "Bypass spam filtering..."
  3. Give the rule a name, e.g. "Bypass ATP Attachment Processing"
  4. Hit "More Options"
25 Feb 2022

Is Microsoft Defender enough? ›

Microsoft Defender is a solid antivirus that's effective at protecting your PC. If you want some extra protection, Malwarebytes is an excellent addition to Microsoft Defender.

Is Microsoft ATP any good? ›

Office 365 ATP: Great platform to detect malware, threats and attacks on systems. It is a great tool that provides advance protection against malware and viruses to emails that are sent or received by people in an organization. It also provides protection against harmful links and clicks.

What is azure ATP called now? ›

Azure Advanced Threat Protection has changed its name to Microsoft Defender for Identity.

Is Microsoft Defender and ATP the same? ›

Microsoft Defender — not to be confused with Microsoft Defender ATP — provides anti-malware and anti-virus capabilities for the Windows 10 OS, whilst the ATP product is a post-breach solution that complements Microsoft Defender AV.

How do you override Fortinet? ›

To override the FortiGuard web rating, go to Security Profiles > Web Rating Overrides. Right-click on any column heading to select which columns are displayed or to reset all the columns to their default settings. You can also drag column headings to change their order. Create a new web rating override.

How do I bypass Web filtering? ›

  1. How to bypass URL filtering: Preparation. ...
  2. Step 1: Try using a VPN. ...
  3. Step 2: Use a proxy. ...
  4. Step 3: Access international versions with Google Translate. ...
  5. Step 4: Install the Tor browser. ...
  6. Step 5: Consider using an SSH tunnel. ...
  7. Summary.

How do I turn off fortinet on Google? ›

Step 2Double-click "Computer" on the desktop, then double click on the C drive. Then double-click the "Program Files" folder. Step 3Locate the "Fortinet Antivirus" folder, right-click it, and then click "Force Uninstall" to launch the uninstall wizard. Follow the guided prompts on the wizard to complete the uninstall.

How do I disable Fortinet Web filtering? ›

The two options on this setting are enable or disable. The syntax of the settings name is “force-off” so in order to enable FortiGuard Webfilter you have to choose disable for the setting and enable if you want to turn it off. 1. Go to Security Profiles > Web Filter.

How do I get Chrome to stop blocking a website? ›

Change settings for a specific site
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. Go to a site.
  3. To the left of the web address, click the icon you want: Lock. Info. Dangerous.
  4. Click Site settings.
  5. Change a permission setting.

How do you fix blocked websites? ›

Method 1: Use a proxy
  1. Method 1: Use a proxy.
  2. Method 2: Use the Google cache.
  3. Method 3: Try a URL shortener.
  4. Method 4: Try the IP address.
  5. Method 5: Unblock websites in Chrome and Safari.
  6. Method 6: Switch between HTTP and HTTPS.
  7. Method 7: Use Tor Browser.
  8. Method 8: Use a VPN.
26 May 2022

Can I use FortiGate without license? ›

The SD-WAN components of FortiGate and FortiOS do not need any additional licensing or bundles (it is still advised to procure the SD-WAN orchestrator license for easy deployment and management of edge devices).

Is Fortinet easy to use? ›

In our opinion, the FortiGate Next-Generation Firewall is a great and strong security solution that no other security solution can match. Our firm is satisfied with this platform because the admin console is easy to use, and the process of learning is also simple. The initial setups are relatively simple to complete.

What is the difference between firewall and UTM? ›

However, a significant difference between UTM vs firewall is that appliances are only available as hardware. It provides network systems with antivirus solutions and prevents appliance reporting. UTM appliances are way bigger and much more powerful than UTM firewalls for data protection and privacy.

Does Google use Fortinet? ›

Fortinet Inc.

FortiGate natively integrates with Google Cloud Network Connectivity Center to simplify cloud on-ramp for applications and workloads running on Google Cloud and Anthos, as well as across multi-cloud environments.

Is Palo Alto better than Fortinet? ›

Palo Alto Networks offers real-time protection, superior performance and simplified operations. Palo Alto Networks inline deep learning capabilities offer industry-first prevention of evasive threats, stopping over 40% more DNS attack vectors than Fortinet and any other vendor.

Does AWS use Fortinet? ›

Fortinet FortiGate allows mitigation of blind spots to improve policy compliance by implementing critical security controls within your AWS environment. FortiGate includes all of the security and networking services common to FortiGate physical appliances.

What is the central purpose of FortiGuard labs? ›

FortiGuard Labs provides a number of threat intelligence services to help organizations identify critical issues and work toward improving their security. This cloud service evaluates how individuals within an organization respond when tested with different phishing scenarios.

Is Fortinet better than Cisco? ›

Comparison Results: Based on the parameters we compared, Fortinet Fortigate comes out on top. Its ease of deployment combined with its solid set of features and excellent service and support ratings make it a more desirable solution than Cisco ASA Firewall.

How much does a business intelligence system cost? ›

What's the actual cost of business intelligence software? According to Capterra, the average cost for BI tools is around $3,000 per year, with many other solutions ranging higher: “Within that $3,000 average, the prices range from $600 per year on the lower end, to $6,000 per year at the top.

How much does a cybersecurity assessment cost? ›

The main question we have to answer is how much does a security assessment cost? Usually, cybersecurity consulting firms charge from $125 per hour, so your overall cost can fluctuate depending on the type of services you require and the status and size of your company.

What is threat intelligence subscription? ›

NSFOCUS Threat Intelligence Subscription Service provides you with actionable intelligence that minimizes your risk and improves your overall security posture.

What is the average cost of cyber security services? ›

On average, companies spend around 10% of their annual IT budget on cybersecurity and about $2,700 on average per full-time employee. So, if your business has an IT budget of $3 million, you'll likely spend $300,000 on cybersecurity costs.

Which country is best for business intelligence? ›

The USA is considered as the best country to study business analytics. Ranking first in the world for its Master of Business Analytics degree program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is well known for employability, alumni network, and leadership.

What are the four major components of business intelligence system? ›

The Major Components of Business Intelligence (BI)
  • OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) This component of BI allows executives to sort and select aggregates of data for strategic monitoring. ...
  • Advanced Analytics or Corporate Performance Management (CPM) ...
  • Real-time BI. ...
  • Data Warehousing. ...
  • Data Sources.
9 Sept 2022

Is business intelligence well paid? ›

Those in the top 10% earn about $95,000, and those in the bottom 10% earn approximately $50,000. Compensation fluctuates greatly based on experience, training, qualifications, and job location. For entry-level business intelligence analysts, the median annual salary is about $59,100, according to PayScale.

Is the cybersecurity exam hard? ›

No, cybersecurity isn't hard. Although there may be difficult concepts, like cryptography or areas that require more technical knowledge, cybersecurity is one of the few fields in the tech world that doesn't require a strong technical background.

Is the cyber security test hard? ›

Earning a Security+ certification is not easy, but with proper preparation, focused training, and practice, you will achieve it and deliver rewarding results in your job and career. Here are 5 tips to help you prepare for and pass the Security+ exam.

How much does NIST certification cost? ›

How much does NIST certification cost? On average, organizations pay anywhere from $5,000 to $15,000 to be assessed for NIST compliance. If issues that need to be remediated are uncovered during the assessment, it can cost from $35,000 to $115,000 to fix them.

What are the three 3 pillars of effective threat detection? ›

Here, the role of intelligence is to collect, analyze, and produce complete, accurate, timely, and relevant threat assessments that inform decision makers as they act on the information. Strong enterprise Intelligence programs are built on three pillars: strategic, operational, and tactical.

Is cybersecurity worth the money? ›

As long as digital assets exist, cybersecurity professionals will be in demand. This indicates high job security, which coupled with high earning potential shows that a cybersecurity degree is worth it.

Does cyber security make a lot of money? ›

That said, the cyber security salary typically ranges from $85,000 to $130,000 per year, depending on your experience, expertise, employer, and location.

How much should companies pay for cybersecurity? ›

For example, say a 40-person company pays $3,000 per month to an IT managed service provider to cover their IT needs. Their cybersecurity budget would range somewhere between $168 and $600 per month – a significant but attainable amount – which is well worth it, given the potential cost of a cyberattack.


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