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breach

1. the act of a whale in breaking clear of the water
2. the breaking of sea waves on a shore or rock
3. an obsolete word for wound
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Shettler and other volunteers regularly hear "whispers" from anonymous sources regarding data breaches.
Christenson said about 40% of his Arizona-based firm's business is handling security breaches for companies--a problem that is increasingly common.
In addition, prohibited transactions also constitute fiduciary breaches.
Extreme Networks customers who are concerned about internal breaches and the resulting business losses can now deploy the joint Extreme/Vernier solution to shore up their network defenses and eliminate both unintentional and deliberate attacks from compromised devices.
First-time activity test breaches result in an 18 per cent reduction of benefits for 26 weeks, second penalties result in a 24 per cent reduction of benefits for 26 weeks, and third and subsequent penalties result in non-payment of benefits for eight weeks.
Overall, two-thirds of the CFOs surveyed say their firms are dedicating more resources in 2000 toward limiting computer-hacking and other security breaches.
The trial court held that its particular focus was upon the 10-day "cure" period, such that any breaches subsequent to that period were of "de minimis" legal import.
The Middle East study conducted by Ponemon Institute, found that these data breaches cost companies $154.
Hospitals, financial institutions and other businesses must report cyber attacks or data breaches to federal regulators within 30 days.
asked the agency to determine whether Yahoo was honest about the security of its systems and whether current SEC regulations on reporting such breaches are adequate.
4 -- Indian companies are increasingly losing money to data breaches.
Credit unions and banks with less than $35 million accounted for 81% of hacking and malware breaches at financial institutions in 2016, a 54% increase over industry incidents in 2015.