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Internal Incidents Were Leading Cause of Breaches in 2016

January 9, 2018 | Threats & Incidents

A survey of 3,588 IT and business professionals found that the leading cause of breaches in 2016 (41 percent) was internal incidents within their organizations. This includes inadvertent misuse or accidents, as well as abuse with malicious intent. The second most common cause of a breach in 2016 was external attacks targeting a business partner/third-party supplier.



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