A data breach happens in seconds, however, most companies take up to 6 months to recognize that a breach has even occurred. In 80% of cases, companies are blind to the fact that a breach has ever taken place and are typically notified by an external party.1 Worse still, the average cost of a data breach is $3.79M.2
Already in 2016 there have been 139 breaches reported, exposing over 4.2M records.3 So what are some of the subtle tell-tale signs that a security breach has occurred? What are the key red flags you need to know?
Join Steve House, VP Product Management, Zscaler Inc., for a thought-provoking webcast revealing:
1Security Intelligence: “Global Security Report Shows Majority of Companies Do Not Detect Breaches on Their Own”
2Ponemon Institute: “2015 Cost of Data Breach Study”
3TRC Data Breach Report 2016