On Thursday, the Cybersecurity Information Center at the University of Maryland published a list of the top 10 most vulnerable cybersecurity firms, based on the total number of attacks and how often they are targeted.
The Cybersecurity Industry Association, a trade group representing companies like Hewlett-Packard and Dell, came in at number two.
The Information Security & Privacy Coalition, which is also affiliated with the Computer & Communications Industry Association and the Computer Security Industry Council, comes in at a distant third.
Security experts have long warned that the cybersecurity industry is rapidly growing and will continue to do so, and it is likely that the cyberattacks will grow even worse over the coming years.
If you are not using a VPN or another secure proxy, you could also be vulnerable to these attacks.
The list also lists companies like Trend Micro, FireEye, and Palo Alto Networks, all of which have the ability to gather and analyze massive amounts of information from the internet and turn it into useful information.
There are other well-known cybersecurity firms that fall on this list.
Dell SecureWorks, for example, has the capability to collect data on how many devices have been compromised.
That is particularly useful for companies that are looking to sell to governments and companies that have a large presence in that space.
There are also more obscure cyber-security firms that have not been on the list, such as Palo Alto Security.