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Breach

A violation. For trade and legal contexts, see breach of concession agreement and breach of contract.
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SafeNet Breach Level Index Reveals Only 1 Percent of 254 Q1 Data Breaches Were "Secure Breaches" Using Encryption
Recent trends observed during the conduct of combined arms breaches at the National Training Center point to one major observation: maneuver task forces routinely struggle to synchronize the support, breach, and assault forces, contributing to an inability to execute SOSRA.
a global leader in data protection, today announced that it will preview at the RSA conference the Breach Level Index, a new scale and methodology that calculates the severity of data breaches across multiple dimensions based on breach disclosure information.
Data breaches are like lighting: one never knows when or where they'll strike--or how much damage they will cause.
IT professionals believe that assessing the potential harm caused by data breaches is more useful to mitigating the effects of such incidents than notifying affected individuals, according to a survey published on the day the EU proposed a 24-hour deadline for data breach disclosures.
According to the Ponemon Institute, while data breaches continue to increase, U.
In September 2010, Congress requested that we examine trends in Nunn-McCurdy breaches and factors that may be responsible for these trends.
According to a recent report by the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) in San Diego, there were 656 data breaches reported in 2008.
He's chief technical officer and vice president of the Open Security Foundation, a nonprofit group based in Virginia that compiles data breaches online at its Web site, datalossdb.
By Brian Krebs Businesses, governments and universities reported a 69 percent increase in data breaches in the first half of 2008 compared with a similar period in 2007, according to a study by a nonprofit group that works to prevent fraud.
Insurance companies and agents may be facing an increased occurrence of security breaches, according to Steve Christenson, president of Identity Theft 911, a company that provides identity-fraud resolution and works with 70 major insurers.
Only certain types of fiduciary breaches are eligible for relief under VFC, all of which deal with transactions involving valuation and prohibited transaction issues under Title 1 of ERISA.