Survey Sheds Light on the State of the Data Breach

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Click through for findings from a survey focused on the state of data breaches today, conducted by SafeNet.

Recently, SafeNet released the State of the Data Breach survey answered by hundreds of U.S. enterprise security professionals. Not surprisingly, most respondents (66 percent) say they are probably going to be the victim of a data breach in the next three years. With the epidemic of security breaches from LinkedIn to universities and financial institutions, it’s apparent that everyone is a target, and more and more organizations are accepting that they might be next.

 

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