In the first half of 2018 alone, it’s estimated over 4.5 billion digital records were stolen or exposed. More importantly, this crisis shows no signs of stopping. And in fact, may be worsening. Already 2019 has witnessed major breaches at the Oklahoma Department of Securities, Flipboard, and First American Corporation, releasing sensitive information, including bank account numbers, tax records, social security numbers, and wire transaction receipts.
So how have companies handled such responsibility? Not well, it seems. Read more.
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