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Understand the Ramifications of a Data Breach

May 2, 2019 | Ask-An-Expert | Data Breaches | By Rebecca Herold, IANS Faculty

What's the best way to gauge the cost of a data breach to a financial services organization? In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Rebecca Herold says it's important to consider common hard costs (direct, residual, etc.) in addition to softer, harder to measure impacts (e.g., brand damage and difficulty hiring). 


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