- Bad people love the healthcare and medical sector. They post the largest percentage of total breaches: 43%. The second place goes to the retail sector. Congrats! (Not really). Source
- Time for our history lesson: since 2005, humankind has encountered almost 5000 breaches, with 673 million records lost. Source
- Shame on you! An average company needs 72 hours to respond to a data breach. Source
- Target stock has fallen 7,5% during the past 12 months, following a huge (like: huge huge) data breach. Source
- Top 3 of breached information: employee information (36%), individual customer information (36%) and intellectual property (32%). Source
- Only focusing on Chinese crackers? Wrong answer. Only focusing on weird looking employees? Wrong answer. You should be focusing on both (and normal looking employees as well, FYI): outside attackers count for 75% of breaches, inside attackers for 25% of total data breaches. Source
- Woops... Most common insider incidents: errant website postings, careless equipment disposal or poor equipment management (64%), accidental (17%) and malicious activities (9%). Source
- Paper? What's that? It's something you used to write on. And in 2015, you better be afraid of paper: 12% of all breaches are paper breaches. Crazy! Source
- The average cost per breached record = 150 Euro (your boss will love this one). Source
- Shame on you! - part 2: 85% of companies perform manual log analysis for the identification of incidents. Manual? Seriously? Source
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