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No 'One Size Fits All' In Data Breaches, New Verizon Report Finds
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User Rank: Ninja
4/29/2013 | 5:43:59 PM
re: No 'One Size Fits All' In Data Breaches, New Verizon Report Finds
I donGt think that it
is so much the size of the organizations as it is the ease of access into these
systems. Financial gains and corporate espionage
make up the top 2 on the list, and those factors do not care about the size or
demographic of your company. The chart really puts it into perspective for the reader.
Now take for example the governments in these countries and it also makes sense
as to high number of corporate espionage that is taking place in that county.
With the growing number of mobile devices and technology in the mobile field
constantly expanding the attacks and the vulnerabilities are sure to be on the
rise just as quickly as the industry.

Paul Sprague

InformationWeek Contributor
User Rank: Strategist
4/23/2013 | 11:38:00 AM
re: No 'One Size Fits All' In Data Breaches, New Verizon Report Finds
Good catch, John! The URL in Verizon's release on the report was incorrect--updating my article now with the link to the latest report. Thank you.

Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark Reading
John Jameson
John Jameson,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/23/2013 | 7:50:09 AM
re: No 'One Size Fits All' In Data Breaches, New Verizon Report Finds
That link is to the 2012 report. The 2013 report is here-http://www.verizonenterprise.c...

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