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2016 ITRC Breach Report as of
11/08/2016
Cruz Cerda
2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016
2016 YTD Number of Data Breaches
2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016
36
384
74
58
306
0 50 100 150 200 2...
2016 YTD Number of Records
2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016
26,262
2,562,506
489,376
12,300,322
14,45...
2016 YTD Number of Data Breaches
(%)
2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016
Banking/Credit/Financial
4.2%
B...
2016 YTD Number of Records (%)
2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016
Banking/Credit/Financial
0.1%
Busines...
Reference
• Breaches represented on this summary typically
have exposed information which could potentially
lead to identi...
Cruz Cerda
• PhD Candidate, Walden University – Applied
Management and Decision Sciences – Information
Systems Specializat...
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As of Nov 08, the 2016 ITRC Breach Report captured 858 breaches. These breaches exposed a total of 29,835,478 records.

YTD the Banking sector experienced 36 breaches that exposed 26,262 records.

YTD the Business sector experienced 384 breaches that exposed 2,562,506 records.


YTD the Educational sector experienced 74 breaches that exposed 489,376 records.


YTD the Government sector experienced 58 breaches that exposed 12,300,322 records.


YTD the Healthcare sector experienced 306 breaches that exposed 14,457,012 records.
Breaches on this list typically have exposed information which could potentially lead to identity theft, including Social Security numbers, financial account information, or medical information. ITRC follows U.S. Federal guidelines about what combination of personal information comprise a unique individual, and the exposure of which will constitute a data breach.

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2016 ITRC YTD Data Breach Summary 11082016

  1. 1. 2016 ITRC Breach Report as of 11/08/2016 Cruz Cerda 2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016
  2. 2. 2016 YTD Number of Data Breaches 2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016 36 384 74 58 306 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 Banking/Credit/Financial Business Educational Government/Military Medical/Healthcare
  3. 3. 2016 YTD Number of Records 2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016 26,262 2,562,506 489,376 12,300,322 14,457,012 0 4,000,000 8,000,000 12,000,000 16,000,000 Banking/Credit/Financial Business Educational Government/Military Medical/Healthcare
  4. 4. 2016 YTD Number of Data Breaches (%) 2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016 Banking/Credit/Financial 4.2% Business 44.8% Educational 8.6% Government/Military 6.8% Medical/Healthcare 35.7%
  5. 5. 2016 YTD Number of Records (%) 2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016 Banking/Credit/Financial 0.1% Business 8.6% Educational 1.6% Government/Military 41.2% Medical/Healthcare 48.5%
  6. 6. Reference • Breaches represented on this summary typically have exposed information which could potentially lead to identity theft, including Social Security numbers, financial account information, or medical information. ITRC follows U.S. Federal guidelines about what combination of personal information comprise a unique individual, and the exposure of which will constitute a data breach. • http://www.idtheftcenter.org 2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016
  7. 7. Cruz Cerda • PhD Candidate, Walden University – Applied Management and Decision Sciences – Information Systems Specialization • MA, New York University – Education • BA, Harvard University – Economics • Full Text doctoral research study https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.1937.8801 @ResearchGate 2016 Breaches Identified by the ITRC as of 11/08/2016

As of Nov 08, the 2016 ITRC Breach Report captured 858 breaches. These breaches exposed a total of 29,835,478 records. YTD the Banking sector experienced 36 breaches that exposed 26,262 records. YTD the Business sector experienced 384 breaches that exposed 2,562,506 records. YTD the Educational sector experienced 74 breaches that exposed 489,376 records. YTD the Government sector experienced 58 breaches that exposed 12,300,322 records. YTD the Healthcare sector experienced 306 breaches that exposed 14,457,012 records. Breaches on this list typically have exposed information which could potentially lead to identity theft, including Social Security numbers, financial account information, or medical information. ITRC follows U.S. Federal guidelines about what combination of personal information comprise a unique individual, and the exposure of which will constitute a data breach.

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