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Cyber incidents occur daily. In its H1 2023 Data Breach Analysis, the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) reported that data compromises are about to set a new record. There was an increase of 114% in reported data compromises from 2023 Q1 to Q2 reflecting the highest number of breaches ever during a quarter. (See, H1 2023 Data Breach Analysis: 2023 Data Compromises Are on a Blistering Pace to Set a New Record (Identity Theft Resource Center, 2023); Austin, Doug. “Most Data Breaches in a Quarter Ever, Reports. ITRC: Cybersecurity Trends” (eDiscovery Today July, 12, 2023).) According to Cybercrime Magazine, by 2025 the global damage from cybercrimes is forecasted to reach $10.5 trillion. (See, Wise, Jason. “15 Urgent Cybersecurity Statistics in 2023” (Earthweb Aug. 17, 2023).)
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