Implementing cybersecurity controls can be expensive and frustrating for companies, but dealing with the fallout from a breach is inevitably far more costly. And nowhere is that more evident than in U.S. corporations, which hold the distinction of having the highest data breach financial liabilities worldwide, according to the 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study.
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