Paying the price

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In a survey of 475 organizations, including government agencies, the research firm IT Policy Compliance found that the total expected cost of each record of personal electronic data that is lost or stolen is $100. The estimate includes litigation, fines, improvements, clean-up, customer notification and settlement costs.

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