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What is a
data breach?

A data breach is what happens when personal, confidential or sensitive data is accessed without authorization. A data breach normally occurs when cyber criminals find a website security vulnerability, but it can also happen when personal data is leaked accidentally. Data breaches can be very damaging and expensive for both businesses and consumers, and take considerable time and money to repair. According to the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of a data breach in the US in 2023 was $9.48M. Take action to keep your money safe.

748

Organizations affected by
data breaches globally

13.0 billion

Breached accounts
and counting

$9.48 million

Average cost of a data
breach in the U.S.

277 days

Average time to identify
and contain a data breach

  • May 2012
    165 million users
  • November 2015
    298 thousand users
  • February 2013
    65 million users
  • July 2012
    69 million users
  • August 2013
    101 million users
  • September 2019
    173 million users
  • July 2008
    359 million users
  • October 2013
    152 million users

How to take action

1Find out whether your data has been compromised.
2 Secure all data created, shared and accessed through cloud-based platforms.
3Arm yourself against future attacks by setting up identity theft protection with our partner LifeLock™ by Norton™.
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