• Loss from data breach in the world

  • The events caused by data breach of companies or privates have been increasing year by year, and the frequent data leakages really get us deeply thinking about it. However, most of them could have been avoided. Maybe you have never taken them as serious, or maybe luckily it had never happened to you, or it brought you little loss even if it had been so. Then please read those statistical records below, and maybe they would ring an alarm on the data breach.
  • Among the account takeovers of credit cards, 82.5% of the cases were resulted from the carelessness of the users, whose private information were not properly protected and stolen by others. According to the statistical report by Zecurion, in 2011 there were 819 registered events of data leakage in global area, brought in the total loss of 20 billion US dollars, and only Russian companies took 5%, ie. over one billion US dollars. The report showed that, the information that were prone to be leaked or exposed were medical institutions (20.4%), government administrations (16.7%), education organizations (15.2%), and retail businesses (13.8%). And the most common way to data breach were laptops and removable storage medium (19.4%), Web services (18.2%), PC (16.1%) and non-electronic medium (paper documents, filmstrips, X-ray films etc.) (13.8%).
  • In "Data Breaches: A Year in Review" by Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, until the end of 2011, it had tracked 535 breaches involving 30.4 million sensitive records. This brings the total reported records breached in the U.S. since 2005 to the alarming number of 543 million.
  • In “Data Breaches: A Year in Review” by Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, until the end of 2011, it had tracked 535 breaches involving 30.4 million sensitive records. This brings the total reported records breached in the U.S. since 2005 to the alarming number of 543 million.

  • Besides make good use the anti-virus software and firewalls, it is an advisable way to protect data by lock or encrypt the important files and folders. And even your computer were stolen or lost, the encrypted data would not be exposed, which gets rid of our worry. Have you ever take the secure of your USB memories, discs, mobile HDD into consideration? Do they need encryption, just in case?
  • It is an efficient and effective way to protect our information by locking or encrypting files or folders. However, how about the security of the removable storage medium like USB memories, hard disc drives and CD/DVD discs? We do need more consideration to perfectly secure our information and data.

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