Many organizations paying cybercriminals’ ransoms are getting far less than what they bargained for, according to the 2018 Cyberthreat Defense Report.

Released by research and marketing firm CyberEdge Group, the report covered the results of a survey of 1,200 corporate IT security decision makers from companies across 17 countries.  Among the respondents, 77 percent suffered a cyberattack within the past 12 months, down slightly from the previous year.

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