Identifying and masking sensitive information across your organization is not only critical from a business point of view but also a regulatory and compliance requirement.
According to Data Breach Quick View report from threat intelligence consultancy firm Risk Based Security (RBS), 2013 was an epic year for data loss dominated by a handful of truly enormous breaches.
Did you know there were 2,164 incidents reported last year exposing 822 million records?
- The Business sector accounted for 53.4% of reported incidents, followed by Government (19.3%), Education (8.2%)
- Breaches involving U.S. entities accounted for 48.7% of the incidents and 66.5% of the exposed records
- 59.8% of reported incidents were the result of Hacking which accounted for 72.0% of exposed Records
- Passwords involved in 47.8% of incidents, and names, user IDs and email addresses all leaked in around 40% of cases
- Card number, the holy grail of data, was exposed in 10.4% of the incidents
Watch this webcast to learn how to protect your sensitive info and prevent a data breach.
This webcast reviews:
- The sources of data breaches and possible responses
- Safeguards to protect sensitive information
- Securing the non-production environment, which is the prime target for an attack