In this Security Week article, David Holmes posits that we have seen so many security breaches in the past year that we're reaching a point of "breach fatigue," where we're so used to it happening that it no longer even motivates us. Oh, another government agency or large corporation has been hacked, exposing millions of personal records and putting citizens/customers at risk of identity theft or credit card fraud? So what else is new?
From the Office of Personnel Management to Premera Blue Cross to Ashley Madison, the breaches just keep on coming. Holmes has some suggestions, both for organizations and consumers. Read about them here: