Anthem Data Breach Settled for $115M, Despite Having “Reasonable” Security.

Last week, a federal judge approved a settlement – the largest to date when it comes to data breaches – that is historic and yet falls flat: Anthem, the Indianapolis-based insurer, has agreed to pay a total of $115 million to settle all charges related to its 2015 data breach. The breach, strongly believed to […] read more

Survey Says Data Breaches Result In Long-Term Negative Impact.

According to darkreading.com, a recent survey commissioned by CA Technologies has shown that there can be serious repercussions for companies that fall victim to data breaches. If the survey’s conclusions are to be believed, about half of the organizations that were involved in a data breach see “long-term negative effects on both consumer trust (50%) […] read more