In it’s 2016 Breach Level Index report, Gemalto revealed that 1,792 breach incidents took place worldwide, affecting more than 1.3 billion records.
One of the more surprising statistics to come out of the report was that, of the 7bn records lost or stolen since 2013, just 4.2% featured encrypted data.
In this article, we take a look at some of the reasons why business has been slow to adopt encryption and how the changing threat landscape means a “head in the sand” approach is no longer appropriate.
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