Data Breaches Cost More than Data Protection

7 09 2011
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Data breaches occur almost daily and make headlines so often that people barely even notice any more. The fallout from losing or exposing customer data can be quite costly, and far exceeds the investment in proactive protection that could have prevented the breach. This week we have Tony Bradley to explain to us what data breach can really cost.

Tony Bradley is Chief Marketing Officer for Zecurion—a leader in data loss prevention and guarding data against insider threats. Tony is also a CISSP-ISSAP, and a Microsoft MVP in security for the past six consecutive years. He has been in the trenches–driving security policies and technologies for antivirus and incident response for Fortune 500 companies, and he has been network administrator and technical support for smaller companies. Tony is a prolific writer on technology and information security topics for a variety of print and online media resources. You can follow Tony and Zecurion on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/zecurion, as well as on Twitter as @zecurion.

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16 09 2011
Data Breaches Cost More than Data Protection « Zecurion Company Blog

[...] more to recover from a data breach incident. You can listen to the entire IMI-TechTalk show by playing the recorded version from the IMI-TechTalk blog site. Tags: data breach, DLP, encryption, IMI-TechTalk, radio [...]

9 12 2011
lucidsystems

Modification of data during a breach is a problem if you are not using a pull based backup solution. Further details regarding this issue is outlined at the following URL : http://www.lbackup.org/network_backup_strategies

1 05 2013
Data Breaches Cost More than Data Protection | Zecurion

[...] more to recover from a data breach incident. You can listen to the entire IMI-TechTalk show by playing the recorded version from the IMI-TechTalk blog [...]

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