Data breaches are so common that even a theft of a billion records of seriously confidential information barely makes the news. It’s business as usual. Part of the problem is that all the data breaches involving our data become melded together. It seems as if all our personal data is already out there — many times over. So, who cares if it happens once (or ten times) more? We’re numb to yet another attack that includes our personal data. In the beginning we feared every announced data breach. Now we don’t fear any.
I’ve previously written about the lack of useful risk management data surrounding most data breaches.
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