Data breaches have basically become the Starbucks of companies’ threats—they’re around every corner. And they’re only one of the ways that companies fail to inadequately protect sensitive and confidential information.

If anything, the proliferation of high-profile data breach incidents means convincing C-suite professionals of the importance of dedicating resources to mitigate data risks isn’t as hard as it used to be.

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