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Recently, we reported on the struggle within the health care industry to protect information from breaches. She wrote:
According to eSecurity Planet, the average health care organization experienced 2.4 significant data breaches in the past two years, resulting in costs of more than $2 million per organization. In fact, U.S. health care organizations are forking out more than $6 billion a year due to data breaches. The most common reasons for these expensive and embarrassing incidents are unintentional employee action, lost or stolen computing devices and third-party error.
But the problem doesn't stop with the health care industry. Solera Networks released the findings of its 2nd Annual Network Forensics survey this week, and, well, the news didn't look very promising. Highlights of the Solera Networks survey include:
Overall, it doesn't seem like enterprise as a whole is prepared to handle a major security threat. What I'd like to see next is a survey that investigates whether these companies are taking steps to lessen their concerns or if they shrug it off until their network is attacked.