Can data breach risk be predicted by an organization’s privacy practices? How do privacy and security risk change across different types of organizations? After conducting in-depth research, Osano has discovered that companies with poor practices are more likely to suffer a data breach, and the severity of the breach they experience is many multiples worse.
In this data-driven discussion, Arlo Gilbert, Osano’s Co-Founder and CEO, presented the company’s findings from analyzing more than 11,000 companies and uncovering the important relationship between organizations’ privacy practices are their likelihood of experiencing a data breach. The presentation broke insights down by segments, such as the type of breach and industry.
The lines between privacy and cybersecurity risk are becoming increasingly blurred. Osano’s analysis provides an illustration of how privacy and security are converging, what key risks you should be concerned about, and steps you can take to move forward most effectively.
- The probability and severity of data breaches can be predicted by a company’s privacy practices
- The privacy practices of breached companies differ across industries, breach types, and record counts
- How the relationship between data breaches and privacy practices can be expected to evolve in the future
- Specific steps you can take to improve your privacy and reduce your likelihood of experiencing a data breach
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