Why every incident matters

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Why every incident matters
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Looking at incidents discovered in 2016 that were subject to state and federal data breach laws, 9.54% of incidents rose to the level of breach, as determined by the decision-support guidance provided by the Radar platform. This means that, on average, for every breach reported, at least 10 are security or privacy incidents that do not rise to the level of a breach requiring notification. This also suggests that, if a privacy program is not sufficiently tracking incidents, they are missing out on a major source of data to track, analyze and continually improve upon their program.

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