Can you detect a data breach in real-time? Most people can’t.
Why is this a problem?
Data breaches are on the rise, and according to Verizon’s 2013 DBIR, 67% of incidents takeseveral months to discover. What’s more, 70% of companies find out about breaches through their customers and third parties (such as government agencies and partners) instead of their own IT departments.
Our previous research corroborates Verizon’s thesis that a great many data breaches can be prevented by implementing basic detective and preventative controls. Monitoring activity and alerting on suspicious behavior in real-time should be instrumental in your overall data protection strategy.
What’s in the report?
- All of the eye-opening stats from our research
- Stats on organizational monitoring of cloud uploads to services like Dropbox
- Ways to immediately improve your data monitoring activities
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- Most data breaches caused by human error, system glitches (computerworld.co.nz)
- California AG on data breaches: Companies should encrypt data (zdnet.com)
- Data Breach Leads To £120,000 Fine For Stoke-on-Trent City Council (misco.co.uk)
- Every day should be Data Privacy Day for your business (hiscox.co.uk)