It’s no longer an “if” you’re the target of a data breach; it’s just a matter of “when.” Data loss incidents are becoming an unfortunate rite of passage. More and more businesses have found themselves exposed and ill-prepared to manage the fallout. While the average cost of a breach equals $5.5 million, the public reaction fosters graver implications. The resulting “business shock” not only paralyzes operations, but it also damages relationships with regulators, partners and consumers.
How can you best prepare and defend your organization? How can we all make 2014 the year of “data stewardship?”