Cost of a Breach: Forensics and Notification

Protenus, who provide software to monitor, detect, and reduce insider mis-steps such as snooping and other egregious wrongdoing, has been writing a series of posts on the cost of a breach. In this week’s installment, they looked at the costs of forensics and notification. Considering I’ve recently been blogging about entities that don’t have insurance for breaches, some of the figures in their report might help get some entities off the dime to invest more in obtaining insurance for breaches.


Disclosure: has been collaborating with Protenus for the past few months to provide monthly statistics and analyses of breaches involving health data.

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  1. Brent Bryan - August 21, 2016

    I hope it costs millions and jobs and lives

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