PONEMON INSTITUTE STUDY:
2014: A Year of Mega Breaches
2014 will long be remembered for a series of mega security breaches and attacks starting with the Target breach in late 2013 and ending with Sony Pictures Entertainment.
In the case of Target breach, 40 million credit and debit cards were stolen and 70 million records stolen that included the name, address, email address and phone number of Target shoppers.
Sony suffered a major online attack that resulted in employees’ personal data and corporate correspondence being leaked. The financial consequences and reputation damage of both breaches have been widely reported.
2015 is predicted to be as bad or worse as more sensitive and confidential information and transactions are moved to the digital space and become vulnerable to attack.
- Will companies be prepared to deal with cyber threats?
- Are they taking steps to strengthen their cyber security posture?
Read about the changes, and challenges, that IT security practitioners face after the year of the breach.
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Ponemon Institute Study: 2014: A Year of Mega Breaches
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