GDPR – CCPA, Companies lack the funding, staff, and know-how to protect your information — which makes you vulnerable to identity theft. (Dori Zinn, Debt.com). 51 percent of executives feel they aren’t ready to deal with a data breach, says a study from information services company Experian .
In 2017, 53 percent of U.S. businesses were breached, according to Debt.com’s 2018 Identity Theft Analysis, and businesses still didn’t take the necessary steps to stop future hacks.
There are 16 essential government services  in the U.S. and they’re all at risk for a breach
Banks are at the highest risk of fraud, yet more people entrust them with private data.
Despite that, Black Book Market Research says 80 percent of healthcare provider organizations don’t have a plan in place for a potential breach
Ninety-two percent of officers in these companies don’t believe cybersecurity is a big deal
Three-quarters of security professionals don’t believe that buying all available data security tools will fully protect their organizations, according to Tripwire. On top of that, half say the security tools they bought failed to protect them.
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