What's worse — a company that waits 3 years to let its customers know they've been breached, or a data protection office that's forced to turn an investigative eye on itself? The answer is that they're both equally concerning. And what's even more troubling is that both situations happened.
It's no secret that breaches impact lots of people. But it may be shocking to learn just how many. Just ask people in the state of New York, a third of whom fell victim to cyberattacks in the past year. Attacks on businesses were so rampant that the government commissioned a report.