Growth of Cybercrime

Cybercrime is a growth industry.

Dare to disagree? In 2015 it was generating $71 Billion (an estimate) for the bad guys.

The risks are growing to vunerable users and this is a growing concern for business of all sizes.

Malware, phishing attacks, DDoS, and other vulnerabilities are growing from month-to-month, and as result, the growth of the cyber security market continues to grow. 

Gartner reports that despite 95 percent of CIOs expecting cyberthreats to increase over the next three years, only 65 percent of their organizations currently have a cybersecurity expert on staff. The survey also reveals that skill level challenges continue to plague organizations that undergo digitalization, with digital security staffing shortages considered a top inhibitor to innovation.

As a developer, your product is in demand. We'll support you!

The NetSTAR threat intelligence services can be a powerful resource and help you help the organazations your protect and overcome the skill level challenges faced by 1/3 of all organizations. The best protection it to be denied access to dangarous sites. NetSTAR has been categorizing websites for nearly 20 years, and can be your trusted partner in denying access to content that starts an unspecting user from entering into the cascade of the dark criminal underword where even the criminals are victomized from time to time.  

Categorization. It's all we do, let us join you in your fight against Cybercrime.

 

Share this post



About Us

NetSTAR has become a global leader in providing high-quality OEM web categorization solutions to technology and telco partners. We deliver advanced categorization and filtering technology for URLs, IPs, web/SaaS apps, and mobile apps. Our categorization solutions and associated threat intelligence are used by hundreds of OEM partners around the globe, supporting over 1 billion endpoints.

NetSTAR has offices in Silicon Valley, London, and Tokyo, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alps System Integration Co., Ltd. ALSI: Alps Electric Group.