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28 October 2021 Kurt Haller

Compliance Factors Result in much Higher Data Breach Costs

Compliance failures was the top factor found to amplify data breach costs. Organisations with a high level of compliance failures (resulting in fines, penalties and lawsuits) experienced an average cost of a data breach of $5.65 million, compared to $3.35 million at organisations with low levels of compliance failures, a difference of $2.3 million or 51.1%.

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