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Study: Negligence cause of most data breaches

Negligence is to blame for most breaches, but criminal or malicious attacks are fastest-growing category and most expensive to deal with, says Ponemon Institute.

By March 8, 2011


Survey: Data breaches from malicious attacks doubled last year

Ponemon survey of U.S. companies discloses its first reports that data-stealing malware caused breaches.

By January 25, 2010


Exiting workers taking confidential data with them

New Ponemon Institute survey finds that people who lost or left a job in 2008 are sneaking confidential data out with them.

By February 23, 2009


Data breaches cost $6.6 million on average, survey finds

Organizations experiencing a data breach can pay $6 million for lost business and cleanup, according to Ponemon/PGP.

By February 1, 2009


Deciphering the security ID debate

Privacy Council CEO Larry Ponemon says the core issue for many Americans is less centered on the existence of a national identification program than on how their personal data would get used.

February 11, 2002