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Health Care Pays the Most Per Capita For Data Breaches

December 12, 2017 | Budgeting, Sizing

Heavily regulated industries such as healthcare, education and financial organizations have a per capita data breach cost substantially higher than the overall mean of $141. Public sector, research, media and transportation organizations have a per capita cost well under the overall mean value. The most significant increases in per capita costs in 2017 compared to four-year average were services (+$45), financial (+$23), technology (+$21) and health (+$11). The most significant decreases were education (-$60), life science (-$19) and communications (-$18).


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