Modeled after California's S.B. 1386, the California Security Breach Notification Act, many states have adopted similar data breach notification laws that require any person, business, or state agency that collects and stores personal customer information to notify individuals when their unencrypted personal information was, or is reasonably believed to have been, put at risk by a data security breach.
If found to be in non-compliance, organizations will be required to publicly disclose breaches and face potential class-action lawsuits.
In 2015, data breaches got much more personal than in previous years. While cybercriminals made headlines stealing credit card data and financial information in 2013 and 2014, the theft o
Organizations need to take centralized approach to securing different types of data in multiple environments as well as managing and maintaining encryption keys and crypto resources.
Trust is essential in building relationships, and for organizations that hold vast quantities of customer
data, this is especially the case.
This report presents the key findings f
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