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One data lossincident can result in continuous cost. After making affected customers whole, conducting an internal investigation, repairing any damage to internal systems, and dealing with expected litigation, you can count on external audits, increased regulatory oversight, and a damaged reputation to stay with you for a while.
Without question, a data loss is not a one-time cost. Even after your operations have recovered, effects of the data loss could continue to impact your business for a decade or longer. One mistake can have far-reaching consequences, and a serious loss may mean that your business never recovers—or at least never returns to “normal.”
The cost of the data loss incident is determined by the size and nature of the organization, the sensitivity of the data that was lost, and the size of the incident itself. The cost of data loss can vary, especially as the far-reaching effects can be difficult…
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