The average cost of a simple enterprise data breach is $3.5 million and in the case of deliberate, targeted attacks, the average cost to the company is typically $9.4 million for damages to the brands specifically. This is the average, some data breaches are more expensive. Past major breaches cost TJX $250 million and Heartland $140 million. The intrusion at Target had a considerably higher cost, Target will have to spend $300 million to cover legal costs and to fix the various issues that have arisen. This problem with security happens in spite of what many companies like Symantec and Kaspersky provide for computer security. Clearly more is needed. Now IBM has come to the market with a better data security solution. IBM has found its way in the mist of cloud computing and uproar brought by the impending advent of 9.5 billion smart phones by 2020 and the replacement of PCs by tablets to center itself on fixing the security vulnerabilities that are so incessant in the data industry. While the soothsayers have been speaking of the impending demise of IBM as a viable entity, we now know they are wrong. The bombarding is over. Criticisms and doom saying over IBM prospects will shift to more positive modes as IBM finds its single strength - IT security. The need for security touches all computing. QRadar as become a beacon of fraud detection, a dominant force in preventing IT fraud, working to prevent fraud from inside the firewall and intrusion from outside the firewall. IBM QRadar can use a market leading system to prevent fraud. IBM is using a sophisticated system in response to solving a complex problem. QRadar works to prevent, detect and fix issues all at the same time. IBM QRadar is the companion of RacF. IBM RacF is the standby product that will not go away, just like the mainframe, and the cat came back, and the mainframe came back bringing enormous capability for enterprise security along with distributed computing security solutions that extend the universal capabilities already in place.. IBM has rolled out a new security suite, security services available a little too late for the Target CEO who lost his job over the incredible security breach into his Internet end points. New IBM security products and services are aimed at preventing big data theft like Target experienced.