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From: Michael Hill, CITRMS (mhillidtexperts.com)
Date: Sun Jan 11 2009 - 13:42:01 CST
656 security breaches reported last year. Anyone want to guess how many
3 times more?
10 times more?
Michael Hill, MCSD
Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist
INFORMATION SECURITY | RISK MANAGEMENT | COMPLIANCE | FORENSICS | TRAINING
"If You Think You're Not At Risk, Think Again!"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Henry Brown" <hbrownknology.net>
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2009 8:36 AM
Subject: [Dataloss] Data Breach report
>A news story with a "government" slant
> Governments accounted for 1 out of 5 breaches that exposed private data
> The number of security breaches that exposed personal identifiable
> information in government systems in 2008 was far below what the private
> sector reported, according to a series of reports released by a consumer
> protection organization on Tuesday.
> Of the 656 security breaches reported last year, 16.8 percent occurred
> in systems operated by state, local and federal governments, including
> military networks, according to a compilation of reports released by the
> Identity Theft Resource Center.
> The number of breaches reported in 2008 increased 47 percent compared
> with 2007. But the percentage of incidents the government reported
> decreased in 2008, dropping from 24.5 percent of the total breaches
> Companies in the financial and credit market accounted for 11.9 percent
> of the breaches while organizations in the health care sector were
> responsible for 14.8 percent. Businesses in general accounted for 36.6
> percent of infiltrations, or 240 incidents, and educational institutions
> accounted for 20 percent.
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