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The ‘average’ data breach exposed 157,905 victims to identity theft! (or was it just 501?)

Most data breaches are small, but people only hear about the big ones. What's more, many of the smaller breaches are actually much more dangerous than the big ones. To help consumers take action to prevent identity theft, we need trusted leaders to tell identity-holders to take action after notification of every data breach, and not just the handful of big ones that make the news.
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What’s the Half-Life of Personal Data?

Once exposed, identity-holders' personal data can be potent for a long time. While it's common to classify personal data as 'persistent' if it essentially cannot be changed (such as a nation-state identity record like a U.S.A. Social Security...

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