On a day in June, the year 2017 became another year r the record books - six months early. According the non-profit Identity Theft Resource Center C), publically reported data breaches exceed ’s record pace by as much as 80 percent in sectors s Financial Services. As of September 1st, only vernment/Military category was behind last year’s security breaches, and only then by 4 percent, four months left in the year.1
The ITRC notes that approximately half of the reported breaches are the result of malicious activity. This is consistent with how the US Department of Health . . .