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Doug McLean | 16 Jun 2009 | 0 comments

The Data Loss Database is a record of data breaches going back to 1995. As such it is one of the most comprehensive records of global breaches. Maintained by the Open Security Foundation, the DataLoss DB is published monthly. Below is the classification of all recorded breaches by sector since 1995.

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Doug McLean | 16 Jun 2009 | 0 comments

The Data Loss Database is a record of data breaches going back to 1995. As such it is one of the most comprehensive records of global breaches. Maintained by the Open Security Foundation, the DataLoss DB is published monthly. Below is the classification of all recorded breaches by source since 1995.

data-loss-db-source

Doug McLean | 16 May 2009 | 0 comments

The Data Loss Database is a record of data breaches going back to 1995. As such it is one of the most comprehensive records of global breaches. Maintained by the Open Security Foundation, the DataLoss DB is published monthly.

Below is the classification of all recorded breaches by type since 1995.

 

Historical Data Loss by Type

Doug McLean | 16 Mar 2009 | 0 comments

Component Costs per Record of Data Breach 2008 in the UK

Breach Components UK

Every year PGP Corporation sponsors a series of research projects to determine trends and costs of data breach. These projects are carried out by the Ponemon Institute. Currently, this research is carried out in the U.S., UK and Germany. This week’s G-Blog illuminates the top components that the leading cost components of data breaches in the UK in 2008.  The full reports are available...

Doug McLean | 09 Mar 2009 | 0 comments

Cost per Record U.S.

Every year PGP Corporation sponsors a series of research projects to determine trends and costs of data breach. These projects are carried out by the Ponemon Institute. Currently, this research is carried out in the U.S., UK and Germany. This week’s G-Blog illuminates the cost per breached record for the last four years.  The full reports are available here.

Doug McLean | 02 Mar 2009 | 0 comments

Top Seven Causes of Data Breach 2008

Sources of Breach - UK


Every year PGP Corporation sponsors a series of research projects to determine trends and costs of data breach. These projects are carried out by the Ponemon Institute. Currently, this research is carried out in the U.S., UK and Germany. This week’s G-Blog illuminates the top sources of data breaches in the UK in 2008.  The full reports are available...

Doug McLean | 23 Feb 2009 | 0 comments

Cost of Breach by Industry
Every year PGP Corporation sponsors a series of research projects to determine trends and costs of data breach. These projects are carried out by the Ponemon Institute. Currently, this research is carried out in the U.S., UK and Germany. This week’s G-Blog illuminates the cost of breach per record for five industrial sectors.  The full reports are available here.

Doug McLean | 16 Feb 2009 | 0 comments

Average Cost of Breach Per Record

Cost of Breach by Industry UK

Every year PGP Corporation sponsors a series of research projects to determine trends and costs of data breach. These projects are carried out by the Ponemon Institute. Currently, this research is carried out in the U.S., UK and Germany. This week’s G-Blog illuminates the cost of data breach on a per record basis for each of nine sectors.  The full reports are available...

Doug McLean | 09 Feb 2009 | 0 comments

Average Cost of Breach U.S.

Every year PGP Corporation sponsors a series of research projects to determine trends and costs of data breach. These projects are carried out by the Ponemon Institute. Currently, this research is carried out in the U.S., UK and Germany. This week's G-Blog illuminates the increasing cost of a data breach amongst U.S. participants in the 2008 study.  The full reports are available here.