by Bharat Mistry
It’s been a busy time for data breaches. First in late March the database of the Philippine Commission on Elections (COMELEC) was ransacked in what could be the biggest government breach in history. And then just days later, Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca was attacked and 11.5 million documents leaked to the press detailing the shadowy offshore tax arrangements of many current and former world leaders.
The repercussions of these two incidents will be felt for months or even years to come. If ever there was a fortnight to remind CISOs of the value of best practice data protection, it was the one just gone. Continue reading