It seems that 2.6 billion records were exposed in the first half of 2018. Just to provide context, remember that there are less than 3 times that many people alive on the planet. Obviously, those records don’t represent unique users, but it goes to show the sheer scope of the problem.
And it is an expensive problem. In the U.S. the average price tag swells to $7.91 million per breach, with an average clean up time ...Read More →