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Budgeting for a Data Breach

| April 7, 2010 | Data Breach, Industry News, Secure File Transfer

I was reading an article about budgeting for a data breach and it got me thinking.

A breach is only as damaging as the publicity and awareness around it. I just found out that the lock on my backdoor has been broken for the last year and a half. What a breach! Fortunately no one knew. Now I have it repaired, yet I still will not tell many that the incident happened in the first place. I would hate for people to start checking that backdoor or checking the front door or any other door to establish my risk tolerance.

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