Monthly ArchivesJuly 2019

The Breach Research We Need standard

I’m not afraid to point out misleading or questionable research findings funded by marketing groups strictly to gain headlines. Studies like the cost per record or cost per breach white papers come to mind here that give us excellent, attention grabbing headlines supported by a house of cards (specifically the cost per record studies). The information presented is unusable for risk management purposes, and is a quick way to get laughed out of a room if you quote these studies. What risk managers need is something that is comparable to their companies when trying to think about costs. Simply taking an average cost per record or an average cost per breach is not concrete enough to make risk management decisions. ...

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