Some 3,813 breaches were reported in the first half of 2019 alone, amounting to the exposure of over 4.1 billion records, a year-on-year increase of 54% and 52% respectively.The rise in data breach volumes is undoubtedly due in part to escalating threat activity.
The challenge for organizations is in securing data against accidental disclosure or theft, without compromising their ability to use data to generate crucial customer insight and drive productivity. They must do so in the context of a tightening regulatory regime which imposes strict financial penalties for non-compliance, whilst handing new rights to consumers on what happens with their personal information.
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- The explosion of data and security breaches;
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