Experts split over the benefits of compulsory data breach notification

Stuart Sumner
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Moves to force organisations to disclose security breaches could just lead to 'notification fatigue'

Companies in the US now have an obligation to publicly disclose details of data breaches they suffer, and there are increasing signs that the UK will have to implement similar rules under proposed changes...

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