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Cyber security professionals practicing double standard when it comes to reporting incidents / breaches

New report reveals contradictory expectations around how one should respond to incidents and breaches

84%

of respondents wanted to be notified immediately if a company they worked with had experienced a breach.

37%

of these same cyber security professionals would notify customers right away if their organization was breached.

17%

of security experts admitted they had experienced a data breach and kept it a secret from the public or unsuspecting victims

50%

are still not fully prepared to handle incidents and breaches

Read the Free 2018 RSA Survey Report from Thycotic

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