Half of data breaches are the fault of insiders, not hackers, research finds

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The panel included (left-to-right): Martin Sugden (Boldon James); Carl Leonard (Forcepoint); Jeremy Wittkop (InteliSecure); and Stuart Sumner (Computing)
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The panel included (left-to-right): Martin Sugden (Boldon James); Carl Leonard (Forcepoint); Jeremy Wittkop (InteliSecure); and Stuart Sumner (Computing)

Panel urges companies to avoid euphemisms and acknowledge when they've been breached - or risk being fined

An increasing number of security breaches are the result of the actions taken by an employee or third party. This can be down to purposeful data leakage - a malicious insider - but is more commonly accidental....

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