Seventh Annual Data Breach Preparedness Study

Experian's Seventh Annual Study: Is Your Company Ready for a Big Data Breach?

Experian's Seventh Annual Data Breach Preparedness Study

The Seventh Annual Study: Is Your Company Ready for a Big Data Breach? sponsored by Experian® Data Breach Resolution and conducted by Ponemon Institute tracks the steps companies are taking, or not taking, to respond to a data breach. According to the findings, since 2017 significantly more organizations are having data breaches, highlighting the importance of being prepared.

This year, we surveyed 650 professionals in the United States 456 in EMEA [1]. A comparison of the US and EMEA findings are presented in Part 3 of this report. All respondents work in IT and IT security, compliance and privacy and are involved in data breach response plans in their organizations. In the context of this research, we define a data breach as the loss or theft of information assets, including intellectual property such as trade secrets, contact lists, business plans and source code. Data breaches happen for various reasons including human errors and system glitches. They also happen as a result of malicious attacks, hactivism or criminal attacks that seek to obtain valuable data, disrupt business operation or tarnish reputation.

 



[1] Countries included in the EMEA cluster: United Kingdom, France, Germany, Benelux, Nordics, UAE and Saudi Arabia

 

7th Annual Study: Is Your Company Ready for a Big Data Breach?
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7th Annual Data Breach Preparedness Study